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Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois 



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The First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest 



If the question now is asked, "How did it come about that 
there ever was such a place as Lake Forest?" the stones of 
the Lake Forest Church may cry out and say, "We can give 
you the answer." Then those stones, if allowed to speak, will 
tell how when they were originally built into the structure of 
the Second Presbyterian Church of Chicago, standing on the 
corner of Wabash Avenue and Washington Street, meeting 
after meeting used to be held within their walls to consider 
what could be done to advance Christ's interests in the North- 
west through the purchase of a town site, the erection of 
homes and the creation of an educational center. "Here we 
stand," these stones may proceed to say, "at the very heart 
of Lake Forest. We deserve to stand here. Within us the whole 
idea of Lake Forest was pondered, prayed over and de- 
veloped." And then these stones may add, "We look upon 
our history as most interesting. Previous to the great Chicago 
fire of 1871 people, calling us 'The Spotted Church,' and see- 
ing the black oil oozing out of us, used to say, 'If ever there 
comes a terrible fire, these stones will go up in smoke.' But 
we passed through the great fire absolutely uninjured, and 
though every building about us was destroyed and all our in- 
terior construction was consumed, we remained as erect and 
sound after the fire as before. Everybody remarked as they 
saw us, 'Look at the walls of the Spotted Church! Is it not 
amazing that those oily stones did not burn?' " 



Nor are those stones willing to resume their wonted silence 
until they hove further declared, that when they were to be 
taken down from the walls they were purchased for the pur- 
pose of building a church at Winnetka, where they remained, 
near the steam railway track, for years; that then they were 
purchased again, for the purpose of building a house on the 
bluff at Lake Forest (near Mr. Alfred L. Baker's^, where, after 
being dressed, they remained a few years longer,- and that 
then they were purchased once more, this time to be worked 
again into a church, within which children and children's chil- 
dren of the original Chicago congregation now worship. 

Nor can these stones be silenced until they are allowed to 
say one additional word, namely, "It was within us that all 
the preliminary action took place whereby a plan to buy the 
site of the present Lake Forest, erect its parks, create its edu- 
cational institutions and organize its life was effected. . . . 



—Pastor James G. K. McClure, 
History of the Presbyterian Church, 1905 




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Drs. Patterson and Curtis went prospecting on all the roods 
leading out fronn Chicago. One day they came out on the 
Norfh-Western Railway, and persuaded the conductor to stop 
and let them off opposite where the McCormick farm now lies. 
They struck through to the lake; were surprised and delighted, 
first at the deep ravines, and even more at the high bluffs on 
the lake front, and so located a site. The land company 
bought 1,300 acres, now covered by Lake Forest, and set off, 
forever, the present College, Seminary and Institute porks. 
The remaining acres were divided half and half, between the 
University and the land company. The town was platted and 
laid out by a landscape gardener that summer . . . 



—John J. Halsey 
"History of the University" 
The Forester, vol. 1, 1892 



It seems undisputed that the origin of the 
name is due to a remark made by the Rev. Mr. 
Slocum. He was standing with several others, 
upon the bluff near Mr. R. H. McElwee's and 
Mrs. C. B. Farwell's, discussing a fitting name for 
the place. "Look here, gentlemen," he said, 
"What is this before us?" "A lake," they an- 
swered. "And what is this behind us?" "A for- 
est," they answered. Pointing with his hand to 
the lake, and then to the forest, he said, "What 
better name can we have than 'Lake Forest'?" 
The suggestion was so satisfactory that one and 
another in a properly religious way said 
"Amen." 



—Pastor James G. K. McClure 
History of the Presbyterian Church, 1905 




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Lake Forest is known today as one of the most 
beautiful suburban towns in the country. Its ad- 
vantageous situation on the bluffs, a hundred 
feet above Lake Michigan, is enhanced by the 
great forest of oaks and hickories that has been 
preserved, and amid which the homes are 
placed. The winding streets are all paved, but 
to a width of only eighteen or twenty feet . . . 
As few fences intervene, the result is that the 
whole town presents a pork-like effect. In the 
midst of this forest park are the beautiful homes, 
occupying from one to fifty acres. In the summer 
of 1909 the dust problem was solved by oiling 
or tarring all the roadways of the town. 

-John J. Halsey, LL.D. 
History of Lake County, 1912 




In 1 857 Lake Forest College was born . 




The college building is a fine wooden structure, situated on 
the shore of the lake, a little more than a mile from the rail- 
road depot. It contains sixty rooms for students, besides par- 
lor, library and chapel, recitation rooms and dining room and 
kitchen, with many other conveniences. The present college 
grounds embrace twelve acres. The park for the site of the 
future university building contains nearly forty acres. Near the 
present college building there is a fine artesian well, from 
which an ample supply of water is obtained, both for the col- 
lege and the Ladies' Seminary. 



— Wm. Le Baron & Co. 
Past and Present of Lake County, Illinois, 1877 



and today it continues to grow 








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Finding name tags 



Meeting the new freshmen 



New Student Week and Registration 



The thought of starting a new year 






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Settling down to 

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Mrs. Kenneth F. Montgomery, volunteer civil rights 
worker 



Visitors on the campus . . . 



Robert D. Stuart, jr.. Republican national committee- 
man 




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Psychoanalyst Dr. Erich Fromm 



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Folk singer Son House 



Dr. Moses Hadas, Chairman of the Department of 
Latin and Greek at Columbia University 





Robert. McLaughlin, magazine editor and playwright 



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Social critic Norman Thomas 




Political analyst Charles Bartlett 



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Charles Percy, Republican candidate for Governor of Illinois 



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Author Dr. Peter Viereck, professor of History at Mount Holyoke College 



John M. Johonsen, professor of 
German at Columbia University 



Author Dr. Erich Heller, professor of 
German ot Northwestern University 





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The Gamma Phis' winning house decoration 



Homecoming, the big weekend 



The Di Gam' ship 



Marian Montgomery 







Hooray for our team 







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House Decoration trophies 



Courtney Dobyns, freshman princess 




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Queen candidates: Jane Gronnis, Sue Oderr, Linda Young, Sheryl Branker, 
Shelby Triest, Thea Ellesin, Connie Sheets. 





Homecoming Queen Sheryl Branker is crowned by Carol Stettner, 1963 
Queen. 



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The Greeks . . . 



Boy pledges 





Girl pledges 




Actives work too; writing music for the va- 
riety show 



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A Phipe Halloween porty 




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Delta Chi party 




Kappa Sig party 



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Tekes win the sing 



A Cocktail party 





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Lucky Jim Pormelee wins the TKE "Valentine's 
Dream" raffle 





A breokfost mixer 




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Tau Delta Theta 



(TOP ROW, 1. fo r.l Karen Stohner, Fran Gibson, Morsha Hinko, Ann Rode- 
wold, Georgia Hoffmeister. Dorothy Paine, Evie Foot, Shelby Trieste, Vicki 
Voigt, Bain Becker (BOTTOM) Trish Peyton, Jane Hennings, Terr! Holmes, 



Toni Rupp, Betty Terhune, Edie Woisbrot, Brenda Hanlon, Sharon Dam, Linda 
Serdie; Sue Heath, Jan Stevenson, Anne Lennarson, Jan Bruckner, Lynn 
Meyer. 




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(TOP TO BOTTOM, I. to r.) Sue Keyes, Ann Buckley, Carol Kokinis, Audrey 
Murdoh, Morrionne Krueger. (2nd FROM LEFT ROW) Jon Seymour, Rufh 
Whittlesey, Sue Sautier, Kathy Jelinek. (3rd FROM LEFT ROW) Jenny Coble, 
Bev Burrows, Pom Rogers, Margie Olson, Geri McKillen, Francie Eldred, Jane 



Berlin. (4th FROM LEFT ROW) Ann Dunn. Cheryl Jensen, Dayonne Schurecht, 
Sue Oderr. (5th FORM LEFT ROW) Rita Sieman, Carol Brown, Diane Gold- 
thorp, Donna Schmidt, Carolyn Gies. 



Gamma Phi Theta 



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Chi Phi Omega 




(L. to R.) Jane Rothrock, Mory Wh.toker, Borb Trebelhorn, Morsho Peine, Lee Whittaker Gave Enqels 
Michelle Scott, Bonnie Scott. ' 



(1st ROW, I. to r.) Jeep Anderson, Jane Gronnis, Torrie Rhoebeck, Betty 
Fretz, Carol Holzberg. (2nd ROW) Sally Rueger, Sue Pushkin, Doil Neugar- 
ten, Marcie Warren, Toni Waldeier, Linda Baker. (3rd ROW) Pat Light, Anita 
Pondoifi, Tallye Topping, Jane Thompson, Jane Murray. (4th ROW) Noni 



Cumrring, Penny Roche, Ann Elliot, Connie Sheets, Sue Hentz, Ginny Green. 
(TOP ROW) Bunny Bush, Pot Sheponek. Nancy Wostcoot, Dee Durhom, Njici 
Giovan, Beth Foss, Cheryl Soult, Sally John. 




Chi Omega Chi 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon 



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(L. to R.) T,m Nenninqer Bill Fn, l^„ i- 

Pope, Kent Chopin, Gerry k1 .D T J"' "'""' '°" ^'^^P' '°'" 

erry Kork.n, D,ck Mcman, Bill Ankeny, Mike Mackie 



Nol Dill nTbo^T'^G '"^ ''°°'''"' '- '-'"'- ^''^ Wi.HeIn 
nkel. Not Barbour, George Reich, Tom Dovies. Chuck Hewitt. 



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(L. to R.) John Green, Burgie Ayres, Robin Ayres, Walt Stafford, Jim Cooper, 
Jack Harvey, John Goodwin, Sandy Merrit, Henry Bidwell, Ken Pouch, Bryan 
Meadows, John Gordon, John McHenry, Gordon McGregor, Al Freedman, 



Ira Copperman, Ted Rodman, Bruce Hallett, Charlie Lo, Al Altmon, Larry 
Vaughn, Mike Brool, John Robbins, Cloy Hylond, Jim Kennedy, Ralph Morri- 
son. 




Delta Chi 



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(L. to R.) Tom Hale, Chuck Edwards, Rick Foss, Pete Johnson, Herb McDow- 
ell, Al Gaudio, Ted Adriance, Gordon Jones, Joe Holla, Chet Perry, John 



Douglas, John Hoffman, Dick Rice, Frank Mauer, Steve Schuyler, Joe Hodges, 
Dave Brock, Tom DuPont, Dove Dwinell, John Hole, Pare Wroth. 



Kappa Sigma 



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Digamma Alpha Upsilon 



(1st ROW) Stuart Tenney, Dave Seymour, Jay Goldman, Noby Allan, Jim 
Murphy, Marc Cohn. (2nd ROW) Nardie Suydam, Andy Hecht, Mike Piuze, 
Lance Rembar. (3rd ROW) Bruce Keller, Pete Sommis, Chris Drake. (4th 



ROW) Rick Kolowski, Pete Wood, Bob Lindsley, Craig Hamilton, Nelson Spen- 
cer, Phil Johnson. 




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(L. to R.) Win Turner, Noel Sovignoc, Randy Jones, Dick Roberts, Rick Weiss, Jim Culleton, Roger Gaunt. 



Alpha Sigma 



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Phi Pi Epsilon 



(L. to R.) Jim Lansburg, Garry Van Dyke, Tom Richards, Nick Dragosh, Bill Klingeman, Barry Glossman, 
Paul Tejada, Kim Allen, Al Beresoff, Ron Kucharik, Rich Kraft, John Tuttle, Jack Bobela, Roz Zimmerer. 




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The Intersorority Council 



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Barrle L. Johnson 




James T Findlay 



Irving C. Perry 



Who's Who 



Joseph G. Hodges 



Herbert McDowell 




Christina Von Riper 





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FRESHMEN: Harvey Holl, Vice President; Morcy McKi5socl<, Secretary; Mark Abrahams, Treas- 
urer; Paul Gurian, President. 



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JUNIORS: Jane Gronnis, Secretary; Dove Brock, President; Bruce 
Hcllett, Treasurer; Pete Sommis, Vice President. 






The Class Officers 





SOPHOMORES: Dorothy Paine, Treasurer; Shoron Dam, Secre- 
tory,- Durbin Hunter, Vice President; Joy Burke, President. 



SENIORS: Phil Johnson, Treasurer; Herb McDowell, Vice Presi- 
dent; Linda Lord, Secretory; Joe Hodges, President. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



IRON KEY 




FIRST ROW: Dean Hoogesteger, Dr. Cole, Dean Dunn; SECOND ROW: Joe 

Hodges, Herb McDowell, Neol Lovering 




(I. to r.'i Nancy Lottimore, Kothy Retz, Helgo Seeliger 



PHI ETA SIGMA 




(I. to r.) Scott Sizer, Chris Pilotti, Rick Hurst, John Sawyer, Lorry Leith, Andy 
Jonover, Charles Goldberg, Phil Coonley. 



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TUSITALA 



(I. to r.) Pat Sturgis and Not Messimer, Editors 




Jane Fernol, Business Manoger 



CONFIGURATION 



(I. to r.) Pat Cleckner, Business Manager; Chris Lundstead, Editor 




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The Forester Staff 




Ann Mangelsdorf, Betty Stoltze, Gerry Korkin, Tom Clapp, Durbin Hunter, Dail Reid, Kathy Florance, John 
Pope, Dave Henderson, Jon Parets. 



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Edifor-in-Chief 




THE STIMTOR 





Wendy O'Donnell 
News Editor 



Tom Wellmon 
Associate Editor 



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Bonnie Wodin 




Howie Salvage, Vagabond King and Steve Jacobs 




Cindy Cameron, Secretory to the Editor 



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Allen Freedman ond his tutee 



Randy Holman helping the boys at Firman House 




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Evie Conway suggests an improvement 



The Tutorial Project 



The school year 1963-64 saw the birth and the 
first few unsteady steps of the Tutorial Project. From an 
uncertain, but eager beginning the Tutorial Project 
slowly attempted to establish itself as a part of the 
total student life of the College and as a part of the 
educational, cultural, and social life of its young tutees. 
Rapidly expanding from the original six tutoring sites 
in the Waukegan School System, the Project hastily 
added three additional tutoring sites at Chicago Set- 
tlement Houses. From these somewhat meager begin- 
nings the Project entered into its first full school year 
(1964-65). 

Heartened by its initial success, its student directors 
made plans to start the new year off with a bang, as 
it were. The leaders (Jane Fernald and Charles Wil- 
liams, co-chairmen; Paul Wilson, Treasurer; Karen 
Scheingold and Sara Friedman, secretaries), with a 
watchful eye on the present and an anxious eye toward 
the future, ploughed ahead with not so reckless 
abandon. 

September of 1964 yielded a substantial increase in 



the number of tutors. With increased acceptance on the 
part of the Waukegan School Board, and with In- 
creased awareness on the part of the students, the 
Project sunk its roots deeper into the paved school- 
yards of Waukegan. 

The Project received a helpful boost when the Ex- 
change Club of Waukegan offered to donate a 
substantial amount of money. 

The second term of this year has seen even further 
development of the Project. Six students were selected 
to participate in a special pilot "cultural enrichment" 
program, where the emphasis is not placed on the 
academic life of the children involved; but rather, on 
introducing the children to the world that exists out- 
side the ghetto. 

Any, and all accomplishments which the Tutorial Proj- 
ect has been able to make hove been the product of 
hard work on the part of many, many interested people: 
tutors, the Waukegan principals, and many more. 
Without their help and encouragement the Project 
would never hove matured. 



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Paul Wilson, Dr. Smucker, and Dr. Lucius Pitts, President of Miles College 



Miles College Book Drive and Tutorial 



Dr. Lucius H. Pitts, the President of Miles 
College, Alabama, spoke at a chapel, point- 
ing out that Miles is the only four-year school 
available to most of the 2,000 negro high 
school graduates in the area. His talk prompt- 
ed LFC students to ask what they could do tc 
help. 



As a result, more than. 2,000 books were 
collected by the students and faculty of LFC 
and sent to the College. During the summer 
several Lake Forest students participated in 
a tutorial project at Miles, working with high 
school, grade school, and college students. 



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Paul Wilson, Neil Belenky, John Preston, Douglas Kerr, Eleanor Pitts, Dr. Pitts, and students in the summer 
tutorial pcoject at Miles College. 




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President Cole, Chairman of the Illinois 
Human Rights Commission, asked the 
first question of Governor Bornett in a 
provocative question and answer session. 



The 1 964 RAF Conference: 

Crisis in Race Relations 



The Fourth Annual Fall Conference, entitled "The Next 
Steps in Race Relations," was a contribution and further 
study in the area of human relations. This was a second look 
at concepts introduced in the 1963 conference, "The 
Crises in Race Relations." The conference was sponsored 
by the Religious Activities Federation in cooperation with 
the Community Government Association. 

On Saturday, former Governor Ross Bornett, of Missis- 
sippi, gave a "tele-lecture" on civil rights which was fol- 
lowed by questions from the audience. Afterwards, a panel 
discussed the Mississippi summer project. Problems, ex- 
periences, and general discussions provided for an in- 



teresting evening. 

The Friday morning keynote speaker was Dr. Gayraud 
S. Wilmore, jr.. Executive Secretary of the United Presby- 
terian Church's Commission on Religion and Race. A second 
Negro leader. Dr. Nathan A. Scott, jr., Professer of Theolo- 
gy and Literature at the University of Chicago's Divinity 
School, discussed work of outstanding Negro writers on 
Friday evening. 

Tom Peckhom, acting President of the RAF, along with 
Richard Buehler, chairman of the fall conference, Charles 
lliff, and Donovan Smucker composed the executive com- 
mittee for the two days of activity. 



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Governor Ross Bornett gove on interesting "tele 
lecture" on civil rights. 



The panel which discussed the effectiveness of the "Mississippi Summer Proj- 
ect" consisted of fl. to r.) Paul Cowan, former Harvard Crimson editor, 
Charles McDew, post chairman of SNCC, John Sawyer of LFC, Dr. Smucker, 



College Chaplain, Edwin King, Tougaloo College Chaplain, Mrs. Kenneth 
Montgomery, and Nicholas von Hoffman, Chicago Daily News reporter. 



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Tom Peckham, Dr. Smucker, Richard Buehler, and Charles Miff, the executive 
committee. 



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Dr. Nathan A. Scott of the University of Chi- 
cago lectured on the work and philosophy 
of leading Negro authors.. 




A highllte of the conference was 
the exhibit of panel member 
Nicholas Von Hoffman's "Missis- 
sippi Notebook," articles from 
the Chicago Daily News. 



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Peter Bueschen and Judy Johnston take in the photographic exhibit by Henry Gill 



Paul Wilson and Charlie Williams participated in a panel which discussed the tutoring of the culturally 
deprived. 




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College Day . . . 
as high schoolers 
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The Garrick Players 




"Gayden", by Robert & Mig- 
non McLaughlin 




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The Lake Forest College Concert Chorale 



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The variety show . . . "Unreal Reels" 




Kappa Sigma and Chi Omega Chi: "The 
Ballad of the Surfing Bird" 



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Around campus . . . 




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The winning poster 



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Forester Day, 1 964 . . . 




Ah, what fun! 





Making wine? 



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The slave auction 




Jane Forester Candidates: Sue Arns, Sue Pushkin, Jean Turner, Sue Ander- 
son, Sally Hulbert, Sally John, Mory Whitaker, Dorothy Paine, Jane Berlin. 





Jim and Jane Forester: Pete Phelon and Sally John 




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The Film Workshop; students making movies 




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Student Life . . . 




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ENTiaiSrED THE GOVERfJ/UENT AND 

fNsnsucncM of the colle(^ . . . 




William Graham Cole, President 




The Administration . . . 





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Beverly Ida Turk 

Director of Student Activities 




Howard H. Hoogesteger, Dean of Students 




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Ruth K. Jackson, Secretary to the Dean of Students 



LuFay Anderson Sweet II 
Assistant Dean of Students 



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William L. Dunn, Provost and 
Dean of the Faculty 



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Robert D. Amaden, 

General Secretary of the College 



Ruth C. Voipe, Registrar 




Laurence B. Robbins, 
Assistant to the President 




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Jean E. Kirchner, Director, 
Radio and Television 



David J, Henderson, 
Director, Public Relations 




Jerry R. Patterson, Director of 
Alumni Relations 



Ellen C. Mosey, Director, 
Public Information 





Dale Noble, Director, 
OflRce of Development 




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Lawrence J. O'Donnell, 
College Architect and Director 



Ruth Winter, Director, 
Cultural Activities 




John Munshower, Business Manager 




Martha Biggs, Librarian 




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Esther DeMerrift, 

Assistant Director of Admissions 



Charles B. Bedford, 

Assistant Director of Admissions 




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Robert L. Kirkpatrick, Jr., 
Director of Admissions 





Donovan E. Smucker, Chaplain 



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Pearl Eiker, College Nurse 



Florence M. Krol, Director, 
Placement and Personnel 




Dole G. Scott, Manager, 
Book Store 




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William G. Breining, Manager, 
Printing and Duplicating 




Maerice E. Capen, Director, 
College Commons and Food Services 




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Mary Knight, Head Resident, 
Moore Hall 





Jane P. Hon, Head Resident, 
Nollen Hall 



Barbara W. Johnson, 

Head Resident, Deerpath Hall 





Lenore Harris, Head Resident, 
Alice Burhams Lodge 




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Kathryne E. Marvel, Head 
Resident, Blockstone Hall 



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The Faculty . . . 



Vivian Jansen 





Biology 



Elsie Hasskarl 




Richard Runge 




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Charles Louch 



Elizabeth Lunn 





Frederic Giere 



Joan Rahn 




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John Courts 



Chemistry 



William Martin 




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M. Lee Thompiofl 





John Bixler 



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Bailey Donnally 



Physics 




Tung Hon Jeong 



Harold Jensen 




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Lindley Burton 



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Mathematics 



Ruthane Bopp and Charles Smith 



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Fred Spaner 




Walter Peterson 



Psychology 





Henry Goldstein 



Gordon Spies 



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Ronald Forgus 




David Krontz 



Jock Rains 




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George Mills 






Donald Roos 



Waiter Zenner 



122 







Sociology and Anthropology 



Jerry Gerosimo 



123 




Sholom Singer 




History 



George Kren 



Richard Hantke 




124 



Nathan Huggint 



John Sproat 






Werner Pese 




Kenneth Calkins 



125 




Government 



Glenn Tinder 



Robert Steamer 




126 





Jack Schick 



Solly Hortzo 




Waldo Meod 



127 




Harriette Jauch 



Education 



Edwin Reichert 




Nicholas Wasylik 




128 




Alvin Hanke 



Physical Education 



Richard -Triptow 




Michael Dau 




129 




George Weiner 



Economics 





H. Murray Herlihy 



Bertha Reynolds 



130 




Herbert Nicholaus 




Robert Armstrong 



Allen Sinai 




Rosemary Hale 




131 




C. Frederick Farrell 



Foreign Languages 



Edith Farrell 



Ingrid Henkels 





132 



Jean-Luc Garneau 





George Speros 



Arkadij Rossol 




133 



Horry Neumann 





Robert Corrubba 



Goido Hughes 




134 




Francine Saltoun 






Marvin Dilkey 



135 





Forest Hansen 



Philosophy 



Richard Tursman 



John Kolas 




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Robert Sharvey 



Donovan Smucker 



Religion 



Donald Bortlett 





George Crowell 




137 



Ellin Marisic 





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138 




Harold Hutcheion 



English 



Rosemory Cowler 





Arthur Voss 



139 




Theodore Ellis 




Kenneth Bennelt 



Stephen Beal 




Ann Hentz 




140 



Albert Pounian 



Fine Arts 





Ellen Bauer 





Norman Gulbrandsen 



Warren Zander 



141 



Franz Schuize 





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Ann Bowen 




Frank Kirby 




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Wosylik, J. Burke, G. Cutts, P. Wood, P. Debeer, B. Keller, C. Lord, coach 
Hanke, R. Diehl, P. Allmon, J. Wyott, T. Hale, R. Hopkins, A. Beresoff, E. 



Janus, W. Snedeker, A. Francis, M. Shirk, D. Foirbank, H. McDowell, J. 
Mohr, H. Leadingham, R. Kolowski, S. Duncan, R. Foss, A. Hall, G. Abra- 

hamson, C. Hyland, T. Nenninger. 



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Elmhurst 

Kalamazoo 

Concordia 

Carroll 

Oberlin 

Eriham 

Chicago 

North Park 



7-26 
6-14 
25-13 
12-21 
18-20 
0-41 
39- 6 
24-13 





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C. Perry, M. Chapmon, C. Lo, R. Fraguoda. SECOND ROW: coach Triptow, 
B. Mann, C. Johnson, P. Coonley, D. Gondwe, D. Denison, K. Pouch, 



M. Liu, M. Horner, S. Stout, J. Hennings. THIRD ROW: H. Witmer, L. Holleb, 
J. Hay, P. Lee, D. Murowski, S. Freedmon, C, Lash, J. Cooper, D. Driscoll, 
G. Handler. Missing: T. Buxton, W. Paul!. 




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Season Record 



Maryknoll Seminary 


2-2 


U. of III., Navy Pier 


1-3 


Wheaton College 


2-4 


Lawrence College 


5-1 


Rockford College 


5-2 


Northern III, U. 


3-0 


U. of Chicago 


5-1 


Grinnell College 


7-2 




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154 





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ROW 1: Cooch Wasylik, Bruce Keller, Walter Suydam, Burgess Ayres, Dan 
Donovan, Jim Hennings, Joe Hodges, Robin Ayres, John Greene, Toby Leith, 
Paul Gilroy, Andy Sweet. ROW 2: Jay Coggeshall, Phil Zoller, John Probst, 



Peter Holland, Brennon Jones, Andy Hall, James Fuess, Craig Johnson, Ros- 
well Watkins, Robert Cole, David Wadsworth, Mike Horner, Ed Bigelow, 
Mike Chapman, Winthrop Fulton. 





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PERIOD 




Season 


Record 


Ohio State 


7- 3 


Wheaton 


14- 1 


Wisconsin 


4-13 


Notre Dame 


4- 2 


Northwestern 


9- 4 


Illinois 


9- 1 



Hockey 




157 




Basketball 



FIRST ROW: Walter Hill, Bill Sfeen, Morty Martinelli, Rick Janick, Ed Mc- 
Mullen, coach Triptow, SECOND ROW: Daug Farber, John Warner, Doug 



Dunbar, Tom Malrrgren, Fred Brodo, Pete Grishmon. THIRD ROW: Austin 
Penny, Dan Murawski, Rick Kellogg, Ron Hopkins, Bob Garner. 




158 



Season 


Record 


Knox 


81- 97 


Carthage 


51- 53 


Chicago 


63- 52 


Hope 


73- 74 


Cornell of Iowa 


63- 72 


Albion 


72- 93 


Concordia 


64- 82 


Lawrence 


55- 52 


Carroll 


81- 75 


Monmouth 


85- 79 


Hope 


88- 95 


Carroll 


55- 72 


Elmhurst 


70- 74 


North Park 


50- 92 


MacMurray 


77- 86 


Wheaton 


85-100 


Concordia 


61- 89 


Elmhurst 


87- 91 


Chicago 


73- 58 


Kalamazoo 


68- 91 


Beloit 


83-103 


North Park 


64- 82 





Bob Garner takes to the air 



159 




Hopkins sinks one for Lake Forest 




160 




ROW 1: Fred Baillie, Ken Jankauskas, Bob Hampton, Chips Norcross, 
John Hines, Kingston Heath, Coach Hanke. ROW 2: Bill Luton, Jim 
Pormelee, Paul Tejado, Bob Miller, Jeff Thornley, Bob Shmikler, Norm 
Schreuder. 



Wrestling 



Season 


Record 


U. of Chicago 


18-10 


Kalamazoo 


8-22 


Valparaiso 


7-26 


North Pork 


8-19 


Beloit 


16- 4 


Carroll 


20-16 


Elmhurst 


11-16 


Carthage 


13-18 


North Central 


18-16 



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163 



Rick Foss on the pole vault 




Track 




164 



Harry Leadingham, hurdlei 



Jim Findlay trails Johnny Walker 





Rick Kolowski, shot put 




165 



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166 



Ken Oelkers 




Jay Goldman 





Bryan Meadows 



Dick Watson 



167 




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185 



DONALD FREDERICK MILLER 
History 

"To brag little 

To lose well 

To crow gently when in luck 

To pay up 

To own up 

To shut-up if beaten are the 

virtues of a good sporting 

man." 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 







ABRAHAM SANDFORD KINDERMAN 
Economics 

"Live a little." 





JAMES ALLAN HUBENTHAL 
History 

"Man, it seems, is not able to 
bear the languid rest on Na- 
ture's bosom, and when the 
trumpet sounds the signal of 
danger, he hastens to join his 
comrades, no matter what the 
cause that calls him to arms. 
He rushes into the thickest of 
the fight and amid the uproar 
of the battle regains confi- 
dence in himself and his pow- 
ers." 

Alphonse De Lamartine 



186 




JAMES G. WAH 
Chemistry 

"Now would I fulfill myself. 
But how shall I unless I be- 
come a planet with intelligent 
lives dwelling upon it?" 

Gibron 



FLORENCE LINDA AMZALLAG 
Spanish 

"And not by eastern window only. 
When daylight comes, comes in the light 
In front, the sun climbs slow, how slowly. 
But westward, look, the land is bright." 

Archer Claugh 




tICHARD ANDERSON ROBERTS 
Government 

"There isn't a train I wouldn't 

take 
No matter where it's going." 
Edna St. Vincent Milloy 




187 




MILAN STANLEY PELOUCH 
Physics 

"A fair sized stream seems 

vast to one who until then 
Has never seen a greater; so 

with trees, with men. 
In every field each man regards 

as vast in size 
The greatest objects that have 

come before his eyes." 

Lucretius 



JUDITH ARDEN LYONS 
English 

"Men must endure 

Their going hence, even as their coming hither: 

Ripeness is all. 

Shakespeare 






RUTH VOOBUS 
History 

"Resolved: to create something 
... an idea, a picture, a re- 
lationship, a way of life, a new 
kind of soup, anything . . . 




188 



JOHNA. KRICHBAUM 
Biology 

"The hour of decision has ar- 
rived. We cannot afford to 
'wait and see what happens,' 
while the tide of events sweeps 
over and beyond us. We must 
use time as a tool, not as a 
couch." 

John F. Kennedy 





LYNNE BEREATHE 

KULIEKE 
Spanish 

"Nor is it by reading that 
you will learn it." 





DALE EAVENSON TIPTON 
Sociology and Anthropology 

"Would that my tongue could 
utter the thoughts that arise in 
me." 




189 




DIANE SUSAN HOPPE 
English 

". . . in the dew of little things the 
heart finds its morning and is re- 
freshed." 





JACQUELINE WALLEN 
Sociology and Anthropology 

"The busy bee has no time for sor- 
row." 

William Blake 




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WILLIAM GEORGE HANEMAN 
Psychology 

"Every human being is intended to have a 
character of his own; to be what no other 
is, and to do what no other con do." 

Channing 



190 





VIRGINIA SARGENT 
Psychology 

"Hooray, hooray for the first of 
May ..." 



BECKY JANE LEONARD 
Russian 




"Be unorthodox 



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PEREGRINE WROTH 
English 

"Friend of my soul this 

goblet sip, 
'Twill chase that pensive 

tear, 
'Tis not so sweet as woman's 

lip. 
But oh! 'tis more sincere." 





191 





PATRICIA CLAIRE LOOBY 
Biology 

"The world's a great book, and 
they that never stir from home read 
only a page." 

St. Austin 



K. THOMAS ROLLEFSON 
English 

"Our deeds pursue us from afar 
And what we have been makes us what 
we are." 

John Fletcher 







CANDACE LOUISE JAROS 
Psychology 

"Try not to become a man of success, 
but rather try to become a man of val- 
ue." 

Albert Einstein 



192 



GENEVE ROBERTSON 
Mathematics 

"God give us the courage to 
change things that need changing, 
serenity to accept things we cannot 
change, and wisdom to know the 
difference. 







KATHLEEN E. ROCHE 
English 

"The time has come the walrus said 
to think of many things, of shoes 
and ships and sealing wax, of cab- 
bages and kings. 

Alice In Wonderland 



RICHARD NOLAN 
American Civilization 

"A world to be born un- 
der your footsteps . . ." 
St. John Perse 



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193 



DIANNE ELAYNE RHEA 
Biology 

"The frontier between heaven 
and hell is only the difference 
between two ways of looking 
at things." 

G. B. Shaw 






NANCY WASTCOAT 
History 

"No problem is so big or so complicated 
that it can't be run away from." 





DAVID LEE MOYER 
History 

"Common sense is the most widely shared commodity 
in the world, for every man is convinced that he is 
well supplied with it." 

Rene Descartes 




194 





PAULVANDEUSEN, JR. 
English 

"Sir Henry Wotton says of the institu- 
tions of education, that they ore more 
important than the laws, because, if 
young trees were at first well fastened 
at the root, they would little want any 
props and fence afterwards. 

Emerson 




RAE HELEN ANDERSON 
Music 

"When you got to the table you 
couldn't go right to eating, but you 
had to wait for the widow to tuck 
down her head and grumble a lit- 
tle over the victuals, though there 
weren't really anything the matter 
with them." 

Mark Twain 





MARCUS E. COHN 
Sociology and Anthropology 

"Caveat emptor" 




195 






ALLAN GERALD FREEDMAN 
Sociology and Anthropology 

"I do not know beneath what sky 
Nor on what seas shall be my fate; 
I only know it shall be high 
I only know it shall be great." 

Richard Hovey 



CAROL ANN KOKINIS 
Spanish 

"Ah, merry life, I love it 
and will tell the world." 
Orpheum 






SUSAN ELIZABETH GILKES 
Russian 

"I realize that my twenty years 
might be less than mature: but for 
a reassessment: what I said and 
ought not to have said, and ought 
to have said and was silent." 

Yevgeny Yevtushenko 



196 



DAVrO CHARLES AGATE 
Government 

"In baiting a mousetrap with cheese, 
always leave room for the mouse," 
H. H. Munro 






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PAULA ANNE WESLEY 

"A year or two's an age when rightly 

spent, 
And Zoe spent hers, as most women 

do. 
In gaining all that useful sort of 

knowledge 
V\/hich is acquired in nature's good 

old college." 

Lord Byron 



THOMAS D. DUPONT 
Psychology 

"Who does not love 
Wine, women, and song. 
Remains a fool 
His whole life long." 

Johann Heinrich Voss 





197 






/VVARY JUDITH BRIGGLE 
English 

"God grant me the serenity to accept the things 
i cannot change; the courage to change the things 
I can and the wisdom to know the difference . . 




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PRIDE ELIZABETH HEIST 
Dramatic Arts 

"Time is an ocean in which we swim and 
drown; or it is a thread which ties the gone 
past to a future not yet real; passing 
through us in the endless instant that is 
now." 




THOMAS J. HALE, JR. 
Economics 

"Life is pressure 

Death is peace. 

And I am released from it al 

I exist in the Life-Death 

interim 
I exist in a heavenly sliver." 
Alphonse Dittero 




198 




CYNTHIA ANNE GUNDLACH 
Spanish 

"Unhappiness lies in not knowing 
what we want out of life and kill- 
ing ourselves trying to get it." 




HELGASEELIGER 
Russian 

"Bitfi sh e nsh z i noi— velikii shag 
svodith s uma— geroistvo." 

Boris Pasternak 






CHESTER DAVIS 
Biology 

"Let the word go forth from this 
time and place . . . that the torch 
has been passed to a new genera- 
tion of Americans . . . and the glow 
from that fire can truly light the 
world." 

John F. Kennedy 




199 




BARRIELYNNE JOHNSON 
American Civilization 



"The busy bee had no time for sorrow." 

William Blake 





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JAN BRUTUS REITMAN 
Mathematics 




"And Life, a little bald 

and gray. 
Languid, fastidious, and 

bland, 
Walts, hot and gloves in 

hand. 
Punctilious of tie and 

suit, 
(Somewhat impatient of 

delay). 
On the doorstep of the 

Absolute." 

T. S. Eliot 





SHARON OLIVER BRANCH 
Mathematics 



"They are ill discoverers that think there 
is no land, when they see nothing but 
sea." 

Baron 




200 




HARRIET (HEIDI) KING 
Government 



"Put all your eggs in the one basket and then- 
Watch that basket!" 





EDWARD ALAN KOHNSTAMM 
Psychology 



"... let there always be non- 
being, so we may see 
their subtlety, 

And let there always be be- 
ing, so we may see 
their outcome. 

The two are the same. 
Tao-te ching 





CHRISTINA VAN RIPER 
English 



"And let today embrace the past, with remem- 
brance and the future with longing." 

Gibran 




201 




KATHARYN DITTMAR HASLACH 
American Civilization 



"Shoot for the moon and if you 
miss you're still on top of the world." 






ALFRED ALFONSO MOSS, JR. 
History 



"I am struck, not so much by the diver- 
sity of testimony, as by the manysided- 
ness of truth." 

Stanley Baldwin 




JOANN LOUISE NEUMEISTER 
Psychology 



"Memories flood my mind . . . 
from those of the crashing 
waves to those of the stony si- 
lence." 

S. Hulbert 




202 




STEPHEN HALE DAVIS 
Government 



"Think wrongly, if you please, but 
in all cases think for yourself." 
Lessing 




NANCY E. LATTIMORE 
Economics 



"No experiment con be more interesting than 
that we are now trying, and which we trust 
will end in establishing the fact, that man 
may be governed by reason and truth." 
Thomas Jefferson 





MARTHA ANN VAN SICKLE 
English 



"The woods ore lovely, dark and deep, 
But I have promises to keep. 
And miles to go before I sleep. 
And miles to go before I sleep." 

Robert Frost 




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203 



THOMAS GARY CLAPP 
Physics 



"A lone seagull waits, 
Up to his knees in the sea, 
For the next breaker." 







JAMES DOLSEN HENNINGS 
Government 



"Man is the an- 
swer of Mankind." 



RICHARD N.JANICK 
Physics 



"To be successful is not 
to take it in the ear." 





204 





HELENE DUANE CASTELLANET 
Sociology and Anthropology 



"Expectation whirls me round. 
The imaginary relish is so sweet 
That it enchants my sense." 



W.ROBERT SCHMIDT 
Economics 



"Tickeltey-Boo 
And Schmidty Too." 
The Wall 







MARY VIRGINIA GREEN 
History 



"To understand the world is wiser 
than to condemn it. To study the 
world is better than to shun it." 
Rochefoucauld 



205 





ASTRIDAAGAARD 
English 



"Who yaf me drynke?" 
GeofFrey Chaucer 



PAUL GRANT GILROY 
Chemistry 



'You Brute!' hissed the countess.' 
George McCutcheon 





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BETTY JEAN STOLTZE 
Biology 



"Every man carries two Wallets, one 
before and one behind, and both full of 
faults. But the one before is full of 
his neighbor's faults,- the one behind, 
of his own. Thus it happens that men ore 
blind to their own faults, but never lose 
sight of their neighbor's." 

Aesop 



206 



MICHAEL JAY AAARGULUS 
Chemistry 



"For everything there 
is a season, and a 
time for every matter 
under heaven . . . 
Ecclesiastes 







SUSAN LEA LEAVITT 
English 



"... But let there 
be spaces in your 
Togetherness . . ." 
Gibran 



FREDERICK A. STRESEN-REUTER, II 
History 



"Quod licet jovi, non licet bovi. 





207 




DOROTHY ELAINE ELLESIN 
Art History 



"This is the way the world ends 
This is the way the world ends 
This is the way the world ends 
Not with bong but a whimper." 
T. S. Eliot 





RICHARD LOUIS EHLI 
Economics 



"While it was easy enough to tel 

black from white. 
It wasn't so easy to tell wrong 

from right." 

Bob Dylan 





CHARLES M.EDWARDS 
History 



"Someone must take a 
stand. Coward! Take my 
coward's hand." 




208 




ANDREW PIERCE RAYMOND 
History 



"For courageous spirit that's not afraid 
of death and can say. Long Life is the 
least of nature's gifts." 

Juvenal 





IRENE TOMISINA STACY 
Sociology and Anthropology 



"When one knows thee, then alien there 

is none, then no door is shut. Oh, grant 

me my prayer that I may never lose the 

touch of the one in the play of the 

many." 

Tagore 





BONNIE McKEE 
Psychology 



"We are only two, and yet. 
Our howling can encircle 
the world's end." 




209 




JAMES ROBERT GERDY 
Biology 



"High up in the North in the 
land called Svithjod, there 
stands a rock. It is a hundred 
miles high and a hundred miles 
wide. Once every thousand 
years a little bird comes to this 
rock to sharpen its beak. When 
the rock has thus been worn 
away, then a single day of 
eternity will have gone by. 
Hendrik Willem Van Loon 





ANN BALLENGER 
Art History 



"And let today embrace the past with re- 
membrance and the future with longing." 

Gibran 




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KENNETH HAMILTON ROEHRS 
English 



"Silence. Speak not but what may 
benefit others or yourself, avoid 
trifling conversation. 'Beulah, peel 
me a grape'." 

B. Franklin and M. West 




210 




STEVEN CARL SYLVESTER 
Physics 



"Some things must be 
believed to be seen." 





BONITAANNEHLEN 
Sociology and Anthropology 



"In youth my wings were strong and 

tireless. 
But I did not know the mountains. 
In age I knew the mountains 
But my weary wings could not 

follow my vision. 
Genius is wisdom and youth." 
Edgar Lee Masters 





JAMES KAISER OPPENHEIMER 
Philosophy 



"There's no defeat, in truth, 

save from within,- 
Unless you're beaten there, 

you're bound to win!" 
Henry Austin 




211 



CHESTER BRUMMEL 
Psychology 



"If I could only live at the pitch near 
madness, when life is as it was in my 
childhood, violent, vivid, and full of in- 
finite possibility." 

Richard Eberhardt 




CHERYL LEA SOULT 
English 



"I have just remembered something that 
I forgot to do yesterday, and shan't be 
able to do tomorrow." 

Winnie-the-Pooh 





SCOTT HOLMES McCLURE 
Physics 



"Who knows but that which seems 
omitted today, waits for tomorrow?" 
Gibran 





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212 



JAMES NEAYLON 




History 




". . . the road says . 




'Come and follow me, 


for 


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Gibran 







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STEPHEN WAYNE SHEETZ 
Economics 



"The Greeks had a word for it. 
Zoe Akins 




G. DAVID GRUENDEL 
Psychology 



"What is more mortifying thon to 
feel that you hove missed the plum 
for want of courage to shoke the 
tree?" 

L. P. Smith 



213 




FRANK JAMES CRANE, JR. 
Economics 



"No flowers; by request!' 
Suey 





ERLE BRUCE BAKER 
English 



"With just enough of learning to misquote.' 



Byron 





PETER DEHAVEN WOOD 
History 



"I am waiting for the Age of Anxiety 
to drop dead ..." 

Ferlinghetti 




214 





DAVID JENNINGS HODGSON 
Biology 



"... am I not an entity myself?" 
Descartes 



CYNTHIA FRANCIS CAMERON 
Sociology and Anthropology 



"Street lights glowing in the dark. 
Shining here and there; 

But in-between: 

A nothingness, 

A blackness." 

J. A. Neumeister 






STUART TENNEY 
Government 



"The gambling known as business looks with 
austere disfavor upon the business known as 
gambling." 

Ambrose Bierce 




215 




PAULA NIKKI POLITES 
International Relations 



"Happiness is finding out that you're not so 
dumb after all." 




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HENRY WADSWORTH BIDWELL 
History 



"No sensible man watches his 
feet hit the ground. He looks 
ahead to see what kind of 
ground they'll hit next." 

Ernest Haycox 




KATHLEEN ANNE RETZ 
English 



"We shall not cease from exploration 
And the end of all our exploring 
Will be to arrive where we started 
And know the place for the first time." 
T. S. Eliot 




216 







RONALD ANTHONY MARCUS 
Psychology 



"For every thing you have missed. 
You have gained something else; 
And for every thing you gain, 
You lose something." 

Emerson 








LINDA CLAIRE LORD 
Psychology 



"The grand essentials to happiness in 
this life ore something to do, something 
to love, and something to hope for." 
Joseph Addison 





JOHN DAVID BAER 
Chemistry 



"The great trouble today is that there ore too 
many people looking for someone else to do 
something for them. The solution of most of our 
troubles is to be found in everyone doing some- 
thing for himself." 

Henry Ford 



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217 





S. THOMAS WELLMAN 
English 



"Live as though life was ear- 
nest, and life will be so." 

Owen Meredith 



BARBARA A. (BUNNY) BUSH 
Government 



"Why do Rabbits have more fun than people? 

'Cause there are more Rabbits. 

Why are there more Rabbits? 

'Cause Rabbits have more fun than people!" 






JUDITH JOHNSTON 
French 



"The biggest room in the 
house is the room for improve- 
ment." 



218 



DANIELLE DURHAM 
English 



"Here is another bead on the 
string of confusions." 

William E. Woodward 






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JEANFINCHER 
Biology 



"There is no cure for birth and 
death save to enjoy the interval." 
Santayana 



NATHANIELS. BARBOUR 
Government 



"All ambitions are lawful 
except those which climb 
upward on the miseries or 
credulity of mankind." 

Joseph Conrad 





219 






JULIA G.PRICE 
English 



"So convenient a thing it is to be a 
'reasonable creature,' since it en- 
ables one to find or make a reason 
for everything one has a mind to 
do." 

Benjamin Franklin 



WILLIAM H. LEITH 
History 



"Pais ce que vous vou- 
drais." 

Francois Rabelais 



SANDRA DAVIS 
Sociology 



"It is more important to 
study men than books." 
La Rochefoucauld 




220 




THELMA LESLIE FISHER 
Biology 



"Neither the sun nor 
death can be looked at 
with steady eye." 

La Rochefoucauld 





NOELF.SAVIGNAC 
Biology 



"Our basic direction should al- 
ways be towards wholeness of 
life. The great life is built on 
deep and enduring values. Like 
a great tree, we should grow 
from within." 



ANITAJ.WASER 
Sociology 



"The rose and the thorn, and sor- 
row and gladness are linked to- 
gether." 

Saadi 





221 





NANCY BUCZYNSKI 
Chemistry 



"Be not angry that you cannot make 
others as you wish them to be, since 
you cannot make yourself as you wish 
to be." 

Thomas o'Kempis 




CHARLES LORD 
Economics 



"Then what is man? And what 
man, seeing this, and having 
human feelings, does not 
blush?" 

Wm. Cowper 




BETSEY BRYANT 
Chemistry 



"... A wove moves under 
the skin of the water." 





222 



CATHERINE JELINEK 
American Civilization 



"It is easy enough to be pleasant. 
When life flows by like a song, 
But the man worth while is one who 

will smile. 
When everything goes dead wrong. 
For the test of the heart is trouble. 
And it always comes with the years, 
And the smile that is worth the praises 

of earth 
Is the one that shines through tears." 

Ella Wheeler Wilcox 



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DAVID BLAIR 
Biology 



'Tis women mokes us love, 
'tis love that makes us sad, 
'tis sadness makes us drink, 
and drinking makes us mad! 





CHERYL SCHUESSLER 
Art History 



"Even destiny, locked in infini- 
ty, touches reality through 
beauty." 



223 




SCOTT W.RAHN 
Economics 

"I live for those who love me, 

For those who know me true, 

For the heaven that smiles above me 

And awaits my spirit, too,- 

For the wrong that needs resistence. 

For the cause that lacks assistance. 

For the future in the distance 

And the good that I can do." 

George Linneaus Banks 





EMILY V.GOTTLIEB 
History 

"W a r m weather fosters 
growth; cold weather destroys 
it. Thus a man with on unsym- 
pathetic temperament has 
scant joy; but a man with a 
warm and friendly heart has 
overflowing blessings." 

Hung Tzu-ch'eng 





WILLIAM C. FOX 
Economics 

"Man is the merriest specie of the creation; 
all above or below him ore serious." 

Addison 




224 




JOAN T. HAUTER 
Sociology 



"Better by far you should 

forget and smile 
Than you should remember 

and be sad." 

Rosserti 






JAMES R. MURPHY 
Psychology 

"Enthusiasm is a telescope that 
yanks the misty, distant future 
into the radiant, tangible pres- 
ent." 





LYNNET. WALDEN 
Psychology 

"May I try to tell you again where your 
only comfort lies? It is not in forgetting 
the happy past. People bring us well- 
meant but miserable consolation when 
they tell what time will do to help our 
grief. We do not wont to lose our grief, 
because our grief is bound up with our 
love and we could not cease to mourn 
without being robbed of our affections." 
Phillips Brooks 




225 



BRUCE C.NEWTON 
Psychology 



"Life is always difficult in 
proportion to its intensity 
and reality." 
Edward Howard Griggs 



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JAMES FINDLAY 
English 



"Truth is the adoration of 
second rote men who al- 
ways receive it second 
hand." 

Mencken 



S.JANE THOMPSON 
English 



"Though nothing con bring bock 

the hour 
Of splendour in the grass, of 

glory in the flower; 
We will grieve not, rather find 
Strength in what remains behind." 

William Wordsworth 





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CYNTHIA MOTYLEWSKl 
Psychology 



"Examinations are not things that happen in 
school. They ore a recurring feature of life, 
whether in the form of decisive interviews to 
pass, of important letters to write, or life- 
and-deoth diognosis to make, or meetings 
to address, or girls to propose to. In most of 
these crises, you cannot bring your notes 
with you and must not leave your wits be- 
hind." 

Jacques Baryun 



PAUL S.WILSON 
Psychology 



"The longing for certainty and re- 
pose is in every human mind. But 
certainly is generally illusion and 
repose is not the destiny of man." 
Oliver Wendell Holmes 







THOAAAS R. BURCKHALTER 
Biology 



"But to-day I leave the galley. 

Shall I curse her service 

then? 
God be thanked— whate'er comes 

after, I hove lived and 

toiled with Men!" 

Kipling 



227 





MOLLIS HASSENSTEIN 
English 



"Where am I going? The high rooks 
call: "It's awful fun to be born at all." 
A. A. Milne 



KAREN NORUM 
Sociology 



"Love is a fire in 
whose devouring 
flames all earthly ills 
ore consumed:" 

Robert Bridges 




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MARGARET SCHULTZ 
Physics 



"Goodness is the only invest- 
ment that never fails." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 



228 



JOHN SAWYER 
Government 



"If war does not come end mingle ev- 
erything in its hideous confusion, we 
shall at last hove time to give a form to 
the justice and freedom we need. But to 
achieve that we must categorically re- 
fuse, without anger but irrevocably, the 
lies with which we have been stuffed. 
No, freedom is not founded on concen- 
tration camps, or on the subjugated 
peoples of the colonies, or on the work- 
er's poverty! No, the doves of peace do 
not perch on the gallows!" 

Albert Camus 







RICHARD GILMORE 
Psychology 



"\ walked a mile with sorrow 
and ne'er a word said she; 
But, oh, the things I learned 

from her 
When sorrow walked with me." 

Robert Browning Hamilton 



DEBORAH WHITE 
English 



"This time, like all times, is a 
very good one, if we but know 
what to do with it." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 





229 





WILLIAM H. SAWYER 
Physics 



"Know thyself . . . only to the 
extent that we understand the 
workings of our own minds 
can we hope to arrive at a 
perspective consistent with 
reality." 



ROBERT (MOTO) KNOWLES 
Anthropology 



"The difficulty in succeed- 
ing only adds to the ne- 
cessity of the undertaking." 
Beaumarchois 











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SUEHEFFNER 
History 



"People do not lack 
strength; they lack will." 
Victor Hugo 



230 



MARIANNE KRUEGER 
Religion 



"Anything will give up 
its secrets if you love 
it enough." 







PAULDEBEER 
Government 



"Expectation in a weak mind 
makes an evil greater and a 
good, less: but in a resolved 
mind it digests an evil before 
it comes; and makes a future 
good, long before present. I 
will expect the worst, because 
it may come: the best, be- 
cause I know it will come." 
Bishop Joseph Hall 



LESLIE SKLENAR 
Philosophy 



'The world is moving 
so fast these days 
that the man who 
says it can't be done 
is generally inter- 
rupted by someone 
doing it." 

Elbert Hubbard 





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ROGER GAUNT 
American Civilization 



"There is no rest for the 
weary." 






JOHN DOUGLAS 
History 



"What a fool may say of me 
Will never on my conscience be." 

Gleim 




PHILIP JOHNSON 
History 



"Who shoots at the midday 
sun, though he be sure that he 
shall never hit the mark; yet 
as sure he is he shoot higher 
than who aims but at a bush." 
Sir Philip Sidney 




232 




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Government 



"I was gratified to be able to 
answer promptly, and I did. I 
said I didn't know." 




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THOMAS CLARK PECKHAM 
Economics 



"Ask my advice. Watch me unfurl 
While casting on you, pearl by 

pearl. 
My bits of wisdom, common sense, 
Drawn freely from a source immense 
Tell me your problems. I am sure 
I'll have the answer, have the 

cure. 
The only problems I have known 
That had me baffled were my own." 

Richard Armour 




233 




BRIAN GUCK 
Economics 



"Sono Nato" 






JACKIE WASSMER 
English 

"If you want to do 
something, do it— And 
if you've already 
done it, you must not 
mind what you hove 
to pay." 




DOUGLAS A. EAGLES 
Biology 



"There is nothing funnier than 
the human animal." 

Disney 




234 




HERBERT o. McDowell 

History 



"Forgive, O lord, my little 

jokes on Thee 
And I'll forgive Thy great 

big one on me." 

Robert Frost 




JOAN L. KLINE 
English 



"Only in solitude can man learn to 
know himself, learn to handle his 
own eternity of oloneness. And 
love from one being to another can 
only be that two solitudes come 
nearer, recognize and protect and 
comfort each other." 




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English 



'The earth is all before me. 

With a heart 
Joyous, nor scared at its 

own liberty, 
I look about; and should the 

chosen guide 
Be nothing better than a 

wandering cloud, 
I cannot miss my way. 

I breathe again!" 

William Wordsworth 




235 



ROBERT CARRIGAN, JR. 
History 



"Then I turned and 
lifted up mine eyes and 
looked, and behold a 
flying roll." 

Zechariah; 
Chapter 5, verse 1 







MARY ANNE PICKETT 
English 



"Most of us can observe at least moments 
of our own spontaneity which are at the 
same time of genuine happiness. Whether it 
be the fresh and spontaneous perception of 
a landscape, or the dawning of some truth 
OS the result of our thinking, or a sensuous 
pleasure that is not stereotyped, or the well- 
ing up of love for another person— in these 
moments we all know what a spontaneous 
act is and may have some vision of what 
human life could be if these experiences 
were not such rare and uncultivated occur- 
rences." 

Erich Fromm 




THOMAS L. DAVIES 
Psychology 



"The optimist proclaims 
that we live in the best of 
all possible worlds; and 
the pessimist fears this is 
true." 

J. B. Cabell 




236 





LINDA BAKER 
History 



"What is to come we know not, but we 
know that what has been was 
good , . ." 

Henley 



FRANKLIN HAMILTON 
Economics 



"I shall pass through this world but 
once. Any good, therefore, that I can 
do, or any kindness that I can show to 
any human being, let me do It now. Let 
me not defer it nor neglect it, for I shall 
not pass this way again." 

Lillian E. Watson 






JANE BERLIN 
Philosophy 

"Some things in certain lights are seen 
And some the other way,- 
But as to what they chance to mean 
I wouldn't care to say. 

If others take another view 
Quite difTerent from such. 
It's one that they're entitled to 
And doesn't matter much . . . 

So when I think of this and that, 
of where and when and why 
You don't know what I'm driving at— 
And neither, sir, do I." 

Berton Braley 




237 





JOSEPH HODGES 
American Civilization 



"True eloquence, indeed, does 
not consist in speech. It must 
exist in the man, in the subject, 
and in the occasion." 

Daniel Webster 



SALLY HULBERT 
Psychology 



"Four years- 
composed of glimpses of life 

Fragments- 
fulfilling for a brief moment, 
then gone with 

TheWind- 

which blows them away to the 

Depths of Soul— 

where they jigsaw together with 
the passing of 

Time- 
to build a braver 

Heart." 

C. F. Cameron 



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RICHARD BOES 
American Civilization 



"There is a need to feel our 
bodies have a skill and energy 
of their own, apart from the 
man-made machines they may 
drive. There is the desire to 
find in sport a companionship 
with kindred people. I have 
found all these."' 

Roger Bannister 



238 



NOBLE ALLAN 
Economics 



"While there is infection in disease 
and sorrow, there is nothing in the 
world quite so irresistably conta- 
gious as laughter and good hu- 
mor." 

Charles Dickens 







MERRILL RENCH 
Psychology 



"Dogs accept people for what they 
are." 

Scheely 



DAVID ALLEN 
Psychology 

"Nosce to ipsum, sis tu ipse.' 





239 




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ANITA PANDOLFI 
Philosophy 



"Life is a long lesson in 
humility." 

James M. Barrie 



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SUSAN STEARNS 
Sociology 



"Happiness is as a butter- 
fly, which, when pursued, 
is always beyond our 
grasp, but which, if you 
will sit down quietly, may 
alight upon you." 

Hawthorne 






NEILLOVERING 
Government 



'To be man is, precisely, to be re- 
sponsible." 

Soint-Exupery 



240 




NATHANIEL MESSIMER 
English 



". . . in dealing with truth we are 
immortal and need fear no change 
nor accident." 

Henry David Thoreau 



VALERIE VREELAND 
Biology 



"I suppose you're going to sit on the 
snow all night and talk?" 

The Wind in the Willows 








BRYAN MEADOWS 
Physics 



"Every human being is in- 
tended to hove a character of 
his own; to be what no other 
is, and to do what no other 
con do." 

Chonning 



241 




ROBERT DAVIES AVERY 
English 




ROBERT W. 

GERSTNECKER 
American Civilization 




E. DAVIS GINTER, JR. 
Economics 




MICHAEL EDWARD 

GRADY 
Sociology and 

Anthropology 




LINDA LOUISE HESLER 
French 




LOUISE BUSH KALBFUS 
International Relations 




JOHN EDWARDS 

McHENRY 
History 




SARAH BETH RAHT 
Sociology and 
Anthropology 




LYNN DEE ROTHSCHILD 
Psychology 



242 




ARTHURJ. SVEJDA, JR. 
Biology 




RUTH ANN WYNGARDEN 
English 




GAY PARKER GINSBERG 
Art History 






BARBARA SUSAN 


LAURENS W. 


NATHAN B. SWIFT 


HILLIARD 


LEFFINGWELL 


Economics 


Government 


American Civilization 





243 



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Boston, Nancy L., 1, 354 N. Benton, Palatine, III. 

Bounds, Bruce M., 2, 1701 Harris, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bourke, John P., 2, 55 Williamsburg, Evanston, III, 1 14,146 

Bowden, John S., 2, 62 Cochituate, Wayland, Moss. 

Bowen, Sallie B., 1, 45 Amherst, Port Washington, N. Y. 

Boxser, Signe R., 4, 8560 Niles Center, Skokie, III. 

Boyd, Valerie D., 1970 Deerfield, Highland Pork, III. 

Boyle, William, 2, Harris Road, Bedford Hills, N. Y. 

Braal, Michael A., 3, 366 Canfield, Pittsford, N. Y., 47,91 

Bradley, Judith D,, 2, 2806 Green Haze, Racine, Wis. 

Bradley, Kenneth R. 1, 1314 A. Judson, Evanston, III. 

Bradshow, Penny, 4, 800 Hinman, Evanston, III. 

Braff, Ian W., 1, 1 155 Ave. Des Braves, Quebec City, Quebec. 

Brakke, Mary C, 3, RT. 1, Moorhead, Minn. 

Branch, Sharon O., 4, 11567 Neenah, Worth, III., 200 

Brand, Harrison L. 2, 5115 Cammack, Washington, D.C. 

Brandon, Nancy L. 1, 8355 Tejon, Denver, Colo. 

Branker, Sheryl, 3, 95 Hamilton Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y., 35 

Brandt, Judvthe, 2, 76 17 267 St., New Hyde Park, N. Y. 

Brecher, Peter J., 1, 237 Upland Ave. Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Breicha, Lyo, 1, V. A. Hospital, Downey, III. 

Brennon, Carol A., 1, Fairview Ave,, Ashburnham, Mass. 

Bresnan, Linda 1, 1600 E. Amberwood, S. Pasadena, Calif, 70 

Brietzke, Paul H., 3, 7035 Cleveland, Niles, III., 95 

Briggle, Mary J., 4, 1400 Whittier, Springfield, III. 

Brink, Carol A., 1, 1902-77 Court, Elmwood Park, III. 

Brinckerhofl, David, 1 , 1 56 Sherwood PL, Englewood, N. J. 

Broadbent, Ernest J., 2, 225 Charles, Reading, Mass., 46 

Brock, John D., 3, 10 Lagrange, Winchester, Mass., 49 

Brodo, Frederick M. 1, 3717 W. 68th, Chicago, III., 158 

Brodny, Phyllis H., 2, 1209 Astor, Chicago, 111. 

Broms, Raymond A., 3, 1817 N. Lowell, Chicago, III. 

Brooks, John P., 1, 375 Concord, Holliston, Mass. 

Brooks, Richard C, 3, 133 Colony, Longmeodow, Mass., 89 

Brown, Carole A., 3, 1409 S. Fifth Ave, Sioux Foils, S. D., 43 

Brown, David S,, 1, 18600 S. Woodland, Shaker Hts., Ohio 

Brown, Fanny, 287 W. Laurel, Lake Forest, III. 

Brown, Joan E., 3, 2319 Ruth, Park Ridge, III. 

Bruce, William E., 3, 745 Judson, Highland Park, III. 

Bruckner, Janice, 2, 106 S. Martin, Waukegan, III., 42 

Brummel, Chester, .4, 2001 W. 18th PI., Chicago 8, III., 212 

Bryant, Betsey A., 4, 40 Nixon Rd., R.F.D., Framinghom, Mass., 222 

Buchanan, K. Reed, 3, 541 Woodland, Lake Forest, III. 

Buck, Carolyn J., 3, 2200 Prospect, Evanston, III. 

Bucklond, Marilynne, 1, 312 Prospect, Princeton, N. J. 

Buckley, Ann M., 3, 266 Parrott Ave., Bridgeport 6, Conn., 43 

Buckmoster, Laurence, 3, 1639 Walnut, Wilmette, III. 

Buczynski, Nancy A., 4, 1200 S. Lincoln, Park Ridge, III., 222 

Buehler, Richard L., 3, 1621 E. Washington, Philadelphia, Pa., 70 

Bueschen, Peter W., 2, 65 Moyfair Rd., Williomsville, N. Y., 71 

Bullord, Robert G., 1, 196 Pleasant, East Wolpole, Mass. 



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Burckhalter, Thomas, 4, 167 E. Park, Lake Forest, III., 227 

Burke, Melvin E., 3, 928 Indian Rd., Glenview, III. 

Burlinghom, Suson, 3, 3774 Broadview Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Burrows, Beverly, A., 2, 215 S. Division, Janesville, Wise, 43 

Burton, Holly A., 1, 897 Valley Forge, Phoenixville, Pa. 

Bush, Barbara A., 4, 439 Compton Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio, 45,218 

Butler, Susan P., 4, 919 Hinman, Evonston, III. 

Buxton, Anthony M., 1 , 1 93 East Rock Rd., New Haven, Conn. 

Byers, Montgomery L., 2, 8 Wheotley Rd., Old Westbury, N. Y,, 150 

Byrne, Christine, 2, 4784 N. Diversey, Milwaukee, Wise. 

Byrne, Rio R., 2, 5 Drayton Rd., Hillsborough, Calif. 

Cable, Jennifer L., 3, 2730 Wildwood, Deerfield, III., 43 

Cadieux, John R., 427 Birchwood, Deerfield, III. 

Callihan, Patricio, 2, 75 Westminster, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Cameron, Cynthia P., 4, 3001 Observatory, Cincinnati, Ohio, 215,63 

Carl, Yetta D., 345 Lincolnwood, Highland Pork, III. 

Carlson, Roy A., I, 2954 Greenwood, Highland Pork, III. 

Carlson, Susan A., 1, 8530 Lillibet Terr., Morton Grove, III. 

Carr, David T., 3, 415 Washington, Lake Forest, III. 

Corrigan, Robert M., 4, 741 Millbrook, Hoverford, Pa., 236 

Carter, Garrett K., 3, 365 Pork, Highland Park, III. 

Cartier, James G., 2, 1722 Jackson, North Chicago, III., 91,146 
Carton, Ann S., 285 W. Laurel, Lake Forest, III. 
Cossin, Dennis M., 1049 Bluff Rd., Glencoe, III. 

Castellanet, Duone, 4, 9621 Springfield, Evergreen Park, III., 205 

Cedarquist, Kristin, 3, 135 Maywood, Lake Forest, III. 

Chambers, Eleanore R., 1926 Beechnut, Northbrook, III. 

Chombers, Virginia S., 1, Chambers Rd., Hanover, N. H. 

Chamberlin, Judith, 2, 141 Circle Dr., Pittsburgh 28, Penn., 28 

Chan, Lois M., 800 Linden, Waukegan, III. 

ChanoflF, Paul R., 1, 2253 N. 53 St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chopin, Kent, 2, P. O. Box 734, Rancho Canto Fe, Cal., 46 

Chapman, Michael, 1, East Lake Rd., Auburn, N. Y., 150,156 

Chidsey, Peter S., 2, 183 Beaumont, Devon, Pa. 

Chmelir, Frank J. ,1, 433 Uvedole Rd., Riverside, III. 

Chrismon, Michael A., 2, 1414 E. Grove, Bloomington, III., 15,29 

Christensen, Thomas D., 3, Rt. 1, Box 187, Zion, III. 

Clapp, Thomas G., 4, 200 S. Edgor, Fullerton, Calif., 33,46,204 

Clark, Robert A., 1, 53 Lockwood, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Clason, Richard A., 3, 9 Pinewood Dr., W. Boylston, Mass. 

Cleckner, Patricia J., 1, 1311 Rusticway La., Falls Church, Vo. 

Cuchron, David W., 1, 42 Lehigh Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 

Cochrane, Judith A., 1, 1900 Fremont, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Cocroft, David S., 501 Hunter Rd., Glenview, III. 

Coe, Dale, 1, 2602 Lincoln St., Evonston, III. 

Coe, Jeanne W., 2, 3388 Patricia, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Coggesholl, John J., 1, 315 E. 72nd, New York, N. Y., 156 

Cohen, Charles S., 3, 299 Hedge Run, Highland Park, III. 

Cohen, Robert A., 2, 363 E. 76th, New York, N. Y., 22 

Cohler, William S.. 2, 513 County Line Rd., Highland Pork, III., 67 

Cohn, Marcus E., 4, 611 Bernardston, Greenfield, Mass., 48,151 

Coit, Kemp, 1, Apdo 105 Oaxach, Oox, Mexico 

Cole, Edward M., 2, 738 Rosemary, Lake Forest, III. 

Cole, Robert L., 1, 10 Wolcott, Andover, Mass., 156 

Colegrove, Marcia, 2, 471 N. Exeter PL, Lake Forest, III. 

Collings, June E., 1, 6 Jacqueline Dr., Downers Grove, 111. 

Collins, Anthony, 3, 935 Private Rd., Winnetko, III. 

Collins, Eleanor W., 3, 935 Private Rd., Winnetka, III. 

Conley, Denis L., 2, 990 N. Waukegan, Lake Forest, III. 

Conley, Virginia M., 1, 803 East Main, Morris, III. 

Conrad, Michoel, 1, 3860 Springhouse, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Converse, Terry J., 2, 613 Highview, Lake Forest, III. 

Conway, Evelyn J., 91 1 Reoney St., Chester, Pa., 65 

Coonen, Mary L., 700 E. Shabonee, Mt. Prospect, III. 

Cooney, James P., I, 45 Ivy Way, Pt. Washington, N. Y. 

Cooney, Leighton, 2, 1042 Cherokee, Wilmette, III. 

Coonley, Philip S., 2, P. O. Box 4, Bradford, N. H., 150,153 

Cooper, Bonney L., 2, 63 Reed St., Lexington, Mass. 

Cooper, Henry E., 1, 102 Greenwood La., Wolthom, Mass. 

Cooper, James O. D., 3, 18 Birmingham, Rochester, N. Y., 47,150,152 

Cooper, John L., 3, Centre St., Dover, Mass. 

Coppermon, Ira J., 3, 3640 Worrensville, Shaker Heights, Ohio, 47 

Corry, Lawrence O., 2, 521 Longwood, Glencoe, III. 

Courter, Sharon, 2, 120 Sheridan, Lake Forest, III. 

Cowan, Gregory S., 1241 Valley Rd., Wotchung, N. J. 

Cox, Joanne F., 2, 169 Southdown Rd., Huntington, N. Y., 33 

Coyne, Madeline P., 430 Essex Rd., Kenilworth, III. 

Crane, Frank J., 4, 1522 S. E. 10th, Deerfeld Beach, Flo., 214 

Crone, John S., 3, 38 Clark Ln., Wolthom, Mass., 29,91 

Crippen, Herbert O., 1, 3156 Belle Ploine, Chicago, III. 

Crocker, Jewell, 2, 606 Oakwood, Foyetteville, N. Y. 

Crosby, Sue W., 1045 Westmoor, Winnetka, III. 

Croswell, Vicky J., 1540 Waukegan, Lake Forest, III. 

Crowell, Elaine M., 275 Washington, Loke Forest, III. 

Culleton, James F., 2, 110 Monterey, Pelhom, N. Y., 50 

Cuming, Noelle R., 3, 6704 Newbold Dr., Bethesdo, Md., 45 

Cutts, George M., 1315 Olney St. Providence, R. I., 146 

Czech, Carol D., 3, 1 Shenandoah Rd., Alexandria, Vo. 

Dobrowski, Thomos, 3, 41 Canterbury, Wilton, Conn., 151 

Dailey, Roberta A., 2, 15 Ripley Lone, Weston, Mass., 91 

Doles, Mary-Emily, I, 918 Morgan, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Dolkin, John W., 1, 9 Shodyside Ave., Port Washington, N. Y. 

Dam, Sharon K., 2, 232 St. Ives, Severno Pork, Md., 42 

Domaske, Warren E., 2, 425 Briarwood, Highland Pork, III. 



Davidson, Jocqueline, 4, 5187 Case, lyndhurst, Ohio 

Dovies, Dorothy L, 2, 1111 Long Meadow Dr., Glenview, III., 20 

Dovies, Poulo R., 3, 2815 Lexington, Houston, Tex. 

Dovies, Thomos L., 4, 700 Hagysford, Norberth, Pa., 29,46,92,236 

Davis, Chester, 4, 24 Rosea St., Aurora, III. 

Dovis, Deforest, 3, 755 N. Washington, Loke Forest, III. 

Davis, Diono C, 2, 7390 Droke Rd., Cincinnoti, Ohio 

Davis, Sondro E., 4, 4101 West 67th, Shownee Misson, Konn., 220 

Davis, Stephen H., 4, 54 Morningside Dr., New York 25, N. Y., 203 

Doy, Stephen L., 1, 62 Myrtle, Boston, Mass. 

Debeer, Paul L., 4, Terra Cotto Rd., Crystal Lake, III., 146,231 

Deering, Carole M., 1, 168 Logon Loop, Ft. Sheridan, III. 

Dejong, Jill, 2, 114 Lourel, Highland Pork. III. 

Demos, Williom G., 2, 1116 Mulford, Evonston, III. 

De Meo, Robert A., 2, 2548 Western, Highlond Pork, III. 

Demery, Virgil C, 2, 2616 Louisiono, New Orleons, Louisiono, 151 

Denhom, Dorelle D., 81 1 Hawthorne PI., Lake Forest, III. 

Denison, Dudley F., 2, 1401 Montgomery, Rosemont, Po., 150,152 

Denison, William B., 2, 230 Westwood, Mankoto, Minn. 

Depee, Rollo E., 3, 4507-14A Street, Colgory, Alberto 

Dernehl, James U., 1, 302 Wisner, Pork Ridge, III. 

Dessertine, Albert L., 1, 738 Randolph, Abington, Mass. 

Dick, Borboro, 1,215 East 68, New York, N. Y. 

Dickey, Elizabeth D., 2, 524 Knickerbocker, Konsos City, Mo. 

Dickson, Carol S., 217 Moroine Rd., Highland Pork, III. 

Dickson, Harry H., 1, 8010 Poplor, Foirchild A. F. B., Wash. 

Diehl, Russell R., 1, 17 Mander Ln., East Northport, N. Y., 17,146 

Dietz, Joann, 1, 288 Stilwell Rd., Homburg, N. Y. 

Dinkel, Normon J., 3, 6222 N. Knox, Chicogo, III., 46,89 

Dipego, Poul M., 2, 4943 Wilke, Rolling Meadows, III. 

Dobyns, Courtney S., 1, 2904 Huntington, Shaker Heights, Ohio, 34 

Dockins, Johnetto H., 1, 1211 Morsholl, Gory, Ind. 

Donahue, William J., 3, 1843 Winnetko, Winnetka, III. 

Donald, Alison D., 1, 49 Turnstoll Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Donaldson, Douglos, 3, 7 Interlachen Rd., Hopkins, Minn. 

Donovan, Daniel R., 2, 3729 S. Canton, Tulso, Oklo., 156 

Dopp, James, 3, 145 Dover, Des Ploines, III. 

Doss, James F., 3, 127 Hottie, Corpentersville, 111. 

Douglas, John, 4, 704 S. Elm, Hinsdale, III., 49,232 

Douglas, Melody K., 3, 1155 N. Sheridon, Lake Forest, III. 

Dozier, Thomas H., 2, 640 Koelbel Ct., Boldwin, N. Y. 

Dragosh, Nicholas K., 2, 9241 Colfax, Chicago, III., 51 

Drake, Christopher P., 3, 9 Foiroaks, Cohosset, Moss., 34,48 

Dreiske, Dovid F., 3, 937 Waukegan, Deerfield, III. 

Driscoll, Richard H., 1, 1333 Hogys Ford, Norberth, Po., 150 

Duckworth, Patricia, 1, 2708 Sharon Way, Louisville, Ky, 

Dudley, Sara E., 2, 23 S. Shirley, Moorestown, N. J. 

Dunbar, Douglas A., 2, 7958 S. Ado, Chicogo, III., 158 

Duncan, Sandra K., 1, 1130 Minisink Way, Westfleld, N. J. 

Duncan, Stonley F., 3, 6 Forest Ln., Scarsdole, N. Y., 146 

Duncan, William W., 1, 40 Washington Cir., Lake Forest, HI. 

Dunn, Anne H., 2, 625 Greenbrior, Lake Forest, III., 43 

Dunning, John A., 3, Canterbury Rd., Brooklyn, Conn. 

Dunnig, Michael C 2, 92 Corlisle, Thornwood, N. Y. 

Dunning, William N., 2, Millwood, Vo. 

Dunsmore, James, 1, 211 Tenth Honesdole, Penn. 

Dupont, Thomas D., 4, 133 Linden Dr., Foirhoven, N. J., 49 

Durgin, Kotherine, 3, 315 West End Ave., New York 23, N. Y. 

Durhom, Danielle, 4, 377 Ridge Rd., Kenilworth, III., 45,219 

Dwinell, David G., 3, R.R. 2, Whitewater, Wis., 49,112,53 

Dworkin, Bruce B., 1, 1221 Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

Eogles, Douglas A., 4, 48 Bridle Path, Springfield, Mass., 234 

Edwards, Charles M., 4, 313 Simmons, Webster Groves, Mo., 49,208 

Edwards, Carol E., 3, 68 Homestead St., Boston 21, Moss. 

Ehlen, Bonita A., 4, 20 Wilson, Baldwin, N. Y., 211 

Eich, Carol S., 1, 1011 Central Rd., Glenview, III. 

Eiker, Mary, 3, 1114 Oxford Rd.. Deerfield, III. 

Ehli, Richard, 4, 214 Pennsylvania, Freeport, N. Y., 208 

Eldred, Frances, 3249 Fourteenth, Rock Island, III., 20,43 

Elens, James M., 2, 1015 Zodioc Dr., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Ellegaard, Gael K., 1,4 Hewlett Rd., Greenvole, N. Y. 

Ellesin, Dorothy E., 4, 418 Royal Ave., Royol Ook, Mich., 34,35,208 

Elliott, Anne C, 3, 77 W. Bloomfield, Pittsford, N. Y., 45 

Ellis. Ronald S., 1, 118 Charles Dr., Hoverton, Po. 

Engels, C. Gay, 2, 7903 St. Mortins Lone, Philadelphia, Pa., 44 

Epstein, llene F., 15 Stow Rd., Mottapon, Moss. 

Epstein, John D., 2, 2336 Osceola, Denver Colo., 151 

Erick, Korlo K., 6135 A. Sheridan, Chicago, III. 

Erickson, Ronald R., 2, 374 Briar Lone, Lake Bluff, III. 

Etu, George J., 3, 2245 Sheridan, Highlond Pork, III. 

Evans, Susan R., 1, 2760 Eastwood, Evonston, III., 74 

Eversole, John B., 3, 9936 Litzinger, St. Louis, Mo. 

Evons, Nancy L., 436 S. Pork Rd., Lo Grange. III. 

Ewell, Richard M., 3, 1655 Ferry, Waukegan, III. 

Fairbonk, Dexter, 2, 5130 S. W. Burton, Portland, Oreg., 146 

Foirman, Frederico C, 1, 105 Fern Dr., Posodeno. Calif. 

Forber, Douglas A., 1, 125 Knickerbocker, Pittsford, N. Y., 158 

Farley, Diane R., 1, 531 W. 8th St., Ploinfield, N. J., 96,97 

Forley, George H. C, 2, 500 Green Boy, Loke Forest, III. 

Farquhor, Ann P., 1. Gold Mine Rd., Brookvtile, Md. 

Forrell, Mary L., 3, 2333 Harlem Blvd., Rockford, III. 

Faust. Peter B., 1, 300 Moraine Rd., Highlond Pork, III. 

Fechheimer, Ann D., 1, 34 Street, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 



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Peine, Marsha G., 2, 45 Grosvenor Rd., Kenmore 23, N. Y., 44 

Feinswog, Deborah, I \ Normandy PI., Roselle, N. J. 

Feldman, Stephen L., 3, 1 E. Schiller, Chicago, III, 

Fernald, Jane, 3, 150 Nearwater, Dorjen, Conn. 

Field, Royce D., 2, 2329 Pioneer, Evanston, III. 

Fillips, Carol D., 1, Harts Hill, Whitesboro, N. Y. 

Fincher, Jean, 4, 14120 S. Cicero, Midlothian, III., 219 

Findloy, James T., 4, 1328 Plainfleld, Joliet, III., 33,46,226,54,164,165 

Fischer, Linda L., 1, 21 Lincoln St., Lorchmont, N. Y. 

Fish, Milton L., 3, 1619 Sylvester PI., Highland Park, III. 

Fisher, Thelma L., 4, 8124 Highland, Munster, Ind., 221 

Fishmon, Herman C, 1, 6620 N. Francisco Chicago, III. 

Fishman, Mary E., 1, 683 Rochdale, Lombard, III. 

Florance, Kathleen, 3, 8121 Coral Ln., Pico Rivera, Calif. 

Floyd, William, 3, 142 E. 79th St., New York 28, N. Y. 

Fontaine, Karen L., 1, 174 Grove, Braintree, Mass. 

Foot, Evalyn, 2, 1713 Twin Bluff, Red Wing, Minn., 34,43 

Ford, Ann L., 1, New Harmony, Ind. 

Forsberg, Theodor J., 1, 7310 N. Tripp, Lincolnwood, III. 

Forster, Charles W., 1, 44 Standism Cir., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Foss, Beth S., 2, 6708 Cornelia Dr., Edina, Minn., 45 

Foss, Richard F., 2, 7329 N. Navajo, Milwaukee, Wise, 49,146,164 

Fossel, Leslie T., I, East Ridge Rd., Waccobuc, N. Y. 

Foster, Alice E., 3, 1680 Victoria Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Fowie, Susan R., 3, 6 Kent Rd., Winnetka, III. 

Fox, William C, 4, 17 Oakleigh, St. Louis Mo., 46,224 

Fraguada, Rafael M., 2, 218 East 117 St., New York, N. Y., 150,152 

Froker, Robert H., I, I7-A River Park Apt., N. White Plains, N. Y., 70 

Francis, Andre L., 2, 132 North Road, White Plains, N. Y., 146 

Franden, Steven R., 2, 918 Ashland, Wilmette, III. 

Fredette, Barbara A., 1111 Jackson Ct., Waukegan, 111. 

Freedenberg, Michael S., 3, 421 Lakeside PL, Highland Pork, III. 

Freedman, Allen G., 4, 30 Old Tannery, Providence, R. 1., 47,64 

French, Richard C, 1, 657 S. Pleasant, Amherst, Mass. 

French, William M., 4, 608 West St., Libertyville, III. 

Fretz, Betty L., 2, Smith Road, Wycombe, Po., 45 

Friedman, Sarabeth, 1, 11 Lowell Rd., Brookline Mass.,, 150 

Fritz, Bobbye C, 1, 303 Strothmore, Rosemont, Pa. 

Froman, Suzanne, 1, Fairfay Station, Va. 

Frye, Pamela, 3, 389 Hazel, Highland Park, 111. 

Fuess, James T., 1, 64 Couchman, Rochester, N. Y., 156 

Fuller, Betsy K., 4, 2721 St. Johns, Highland Park, Ml. 

Fulton, W. De Wolf, 1, 284 President, Providence, R. I., 17,70,156 

Gallagher, Elizabeth, 3, Main St., Barnstable, Mass. 

Gondy, Patricio P., 3815 North Lake, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Gardel, Helene N., 1, 144 W. 86th St., New York, N. Y. 

Garner, Robert T., 3, 525 D. N. Aspendole, Lexington, Ky., 158,159 

Garrison, Karen B., 3, 409 E. Chicago, Elgin, III. 

Gattis, Lorry R., 3, 14603 Jefferson, Harvey, III. 

Gaudio, Alan N., 2, 112 Marine, Brooklyn, N. Y., 49,150,164 

Gaunt, Roger N., 4, 23 N. Maple, Hadley, Mass., 19,50,232 

Gees, Kathy S., 3, 1 14 Spring St., Reading, Pa., 90 

Gehr, Paula J., 605 Essex Rd., Kenilworth, III. 

Gerald, Rand E., 2, 641 W. Drive, Seymour, Ind. 

Gerdy, James R., 4, 9258 May St., Chicago, III., 210 

Gerhordt, Kotherine, 3, 4214 Ookridge Ln., Chevy Chase 15, Md. 

Gerstnecker, Lynn J., 1, 738 Woicott Dr. C-1, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gerstnecker, Robert 4, 738 Woicott Dr., Philadelphia, Pa., 15,16 

Gertler, Harriet L., 1, 6338 32nd St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Getz, Elizabeth, 1, 850 Riverwoods, Lake Forest, III. 

Gibson, Fronces H., 2, 411 N. Chester Rd., Sworthmore, Pa., 42 

Gies, Carolyn L., 2, 1526 Scott, Chicago Hts., III., 43 

Gilkes, Susan E., 4, 328 S. W. 6th, Faribault, Minn. 

Gill, David M., 3, 18 Hilvisto, Trenton, N. J. 

Gillespie, Morcio A., 3, 26 Sterling PL, Hampstead, N. Y., 64 

Gilmore, Richard H., 3, 245 Spalding Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif., 229 

Gilroy, Paul G., 3, 1519 N. Sheridan, Woukegan, III., 206,156 

Ginsberg, Gay P., 4, 6002 N. Kenmore, Chicago, III. 

Ginter, Ernest D., 3, 1603 Woukegan, Glenview, III., 146 

Giovon, Niki, 2, 714 Junior Terr., Chicago, III., 45 

Glodstone, Irwin S., 3, 2410 Ridge, Highland Pork, III. 

Glossmon, Barry, 2, 500 Dorchester Rd., Falls Church, Va., 51 

Goodman, Karon, 1, 1902 Fort Hunt Rd., Alexandria, Va. 

Goekjion, Valerie, 2, 18301 S. Woodland, Shaker Hts., Ohio 

Goldberg, Charles N., 3, 1518 Elbridge, Philadelphia, Pa., 19,62 

Goldberg, Jean A., 2, 1422 Edgewood, Winnetko, 111. 

Golden, Alon L., 1, 315 Oakland, Highland Pork, III. 

Goldman, Joy, 2, 41 Vineyard Rd., Newton Centre, Mass., 29,48 

Goldstein, Frederick, 1, 1070 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Goldihorp, Diane, 3, 767 Cormet Rd., Jenkintown, Po., 43,53 

Goncoe, Robert W., 4, 500 Lynn, Woukegan, III. 

Gondwe, Derrick K., 3, Box 616, Blantyre, Nyosoland, 150,152 

Gontar, David P., 1, 14 Fillow St., Westport, Conn. 

Good, Joanne T., 601 Spruce, Lake Forest, III. 

Goodman, Bruce S., 2, 120 Beach Rd., Glencoe, III. 

Goodwin, John E., 3, 4 River Ridge, Little Rock, Ark., 20,47 

Gordon, Laura L., 1, 3504 Seven Mile Lo., Boltimore, Md. 

Gordon, Jocqueline E., 2, 78 Hillspoint, Westport, Conn. 

Gordon, Jonathan H., 2, P. O. Box 375, Sewickley, Pa,, 47 

Goss, Eugene J., 3, 2 Proteo Rd., Ndolo, N. Rhodesia, 35,150 

Gottlieb, Emily V., 4, 162 Preston, Ridgefield Park, N. J., 224 

Grady, Joan C, 1, 1875 S. Boulevard, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Grody, Michael E., 3, 470 Greenwood, Glencoe, III. 

Gronnis, Jane, 3, 373 Wisconsin, Lake Forest, III., 35,45,147,148,160 

Gray, Bradley R., 3, 2809 Grant, Evanston, III., 46 



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Greene, John H., 3, Dewort Dr., Greenwich, Conn., 47,88,156 

Greenstein, Lynne K., I, 17521 N. W. 12th, Miami, Flo. 

Green, M. Virginia, 4, 145 Montcloir, Montcloir, N, J„ 45,205 

Grevin, Frederic J., I, 863 Lincoln, Winnetko, III. AN 

Grey, Jonette, 2, 1 14 Pinecrest Dr., Hostingj on Hudson, N, Y. 

Griffin, M. Lindo, 3, 1581 River Rd., Libertyville, III. 

Gripe, Susan W„ 1, 2179 Tecumsen Pk., West Lofoyetfe, Ind. 

Grishmon, Peter J„ 3, 322 Central Pork W., New York 25, N. Y., 88,118,158 

Grdog, Liliona C, 2, Santo Lucio 4140, Montevideo, Uruguoy, 75,76 

Gross, Merle A., 1, 6720 Bennett, Chicogo, III. 

Gruendel, George, 4, W. County Line, Barrington, III., 213 

Gruendel, Juliet E., 1, Rt. 2, Box 30, Barrington, III. 

Grunde, Andy, 1, 45 Sylvio St., Glenhead, L. I., N. Y., 74 

Guck, Brian H., 4, 33 Mt. View, Ardsley, N. Y., 234 

Guild, Alison, 3, 235 W. Eugenie, Chicogo, 111. 

Gundloch, Cynthia, 3614 S. 57th, Cicero, III. 

Gurion, Paul R., 1, 29 Norton St., New Haven, Conn. 

Hale, Eunice, 270 Butler Dr., Lake Forest, III. 

Hole, John R., 3, 1118 E. Glendole, Milwaukee, Wise., 49 

Hole, Lillian B., 2, 2123 Bedford, Lynchburg, Va. 

Hale, Thomas J., 3, 1118 E. Glendole, Milwaukee, Wis., 49,146 

Holko, Lawrence B., 1, 1811 N. Main, Tulso, Oklo. 

Hall, Andrew L., 1, 820 E. Green Tree, Milwoukee, Wis., 146,156 

Hall, David W., 3, 1363 Ashland La., Wilmette, III. 

Hal!, Harvey T., 1, 3900 Cleveland Hts., Lakeland, Flo. 

Hall, Richard, 1, 222 Morlboro, Boston, Moss. 

Hollo, Joseph, 3, 2516 Proirie, Evanston, 111, 49 

Hallett, James B., 3, 51, Thomson Rd., West Hertford, Conn., 47 

Homilton, Franklin, 3, 590 S. Ridge Rd., Lake Forest, III, 237 

Homilton, John C, 2, Rt. I, Box 220 B, Orlond, Colif., 48 

Hompton, Robert K., 1, 142 Pine, Garden City, N. Y., 161 

Hancock, Deborah L., 1, 14 Laurel Hill Ln., Winchester, Moss. 

Handler, George H., 1, 302 W. 86th St., New York, N. Y., 150 

Honemon, Wm. G., 4, 561 Kenilworth, Kenilworth, III. 

Honlon, Brendo A., 2, 213 Dolebrook, Alexondrio, Va., 42 

Hording, Lewis M., 3, 42 Willow, Freeport, N. Y. 

Harmer, Keith A., 2, 60 Beach, Lorchmont, N. Y., 91 

Horris, Gene A., 2, 431 N. Idlewild, Mundelein, III. 

Harris, Rickey B,, 4, 1501 Countyline Rd., Northbrook, 111. 

Harris, Trudy, 1, 301 E. 69th St., New York, N. Y. 

Hartong, John C, 1 Greenstead Pork Ave., Comberley, Surrey, Eng. 

Horsho, Jonet A., 1, 24 Worwick Rd., Winnetko, III. 

Harvey, Allen P., 1, 3722 Canoe Ln., Louisville, Ky., 16 

Harvey, John C, 2, Phillips, Me., 47 

Hashimoto, Laury J., 1, 8919 S. W. 9th Dr., Portland, Ore. 

Hoslach, Katharyn D., 4, 191 N. Wildwood, Lake Forest, ML, 202 

Hosier, John W., 2, 437 N. Green Boy, Lake Forest, III. 

Hassenstein, Hollis, 3, Aspen Hill, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., 228 

Hathaway, Susan C, 2, 5903 Jorvis Lone, Eethesda, Md. 

Hatcher, James W., 1, 888 S. Beverly, Lake Forest, III. 

Houg, Carol D., 2, 2224 Wesley, Evanston, Ml. 

Houpt, Robert F., 3, 243 W. 70th, New York, N. Y. 

Hatcher, James W., 1, 888 S. Beverly, Lake Forest, 111. 

Houter, Joan T., 4, 1065 Lone Tree Rd., Elm Grove, Wis., 225 

Hoy, John, 1, 49 Berlin St., Tehran, Iron, 150 

Hozen, Mary V., 3, 76 Oliphont, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Heomon, Dorcos E., 1, 45 Broadway, Hanover, Moss. 

Heath, Barbara G., 2, 419 Wolnut, New Orleans, Lo. 

Heath, Kingston W., 1, 10745 S. Hale, Chicago, ML, 146,161 

Heath, Susan D. 2, 164 White Springs, Geneva, N. Y. 42,151 

Hecht, Andrew, 3, 117-01 Pork Ln. S., Kew Gardens 18, N. Y., 48,122,123 

Hecht, Fred C, 3, 61 1 Woodland, Lake Forest, 111., 95,96 

Heffner, M. Sue, 4, 2669 Hudson, Denver, Colo., 34,230 

Hegemon, William R., I, 404 Carroll, Momoroneck, N. Y., 17 

Hein, Andrea L., 898 N. Milton, Palatine, Ml. 

Heist, Pride E., 4, 1430 Jackson, River Forest, 111. 

Hencken, William E., 2, Peckslond Rd., Greenwich, Conn. 

Henderson, C. Bruce, 2, 3328 N. St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Henkin, Jeffrey M., 2, 953 Oak Dr., Glencoe, III. 

Hennings, James D., 4, 82 Marianne Rd., Wolfhom, Mass., 150,156,204 

Hennings, Jane A., 2, 82 Marianne Rd., Wolthom, Moss., 24,42,53,147,148 

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Henslee, Edw. B., 3, 210 Hoyword, Woodstock, III. 
Hentz, Susan C, 2, Doylestown Pike, Newtown, Pa. 45 
Hosier, Linda L., 4, 15 W. 169 Lexington, Elmhurst, 111. 
Hewot, Andrew J., 2, 35 Wolden, Williomstow, Mass., 150 
Hewitt, Charles C, 2, 542 Melrose, Kenilworth, Ml., 46 
Higginbothom, Morion, 3, 4400 St. Johns Dr., Dallas, Texas, 15,17,55 
Hilker, Cynthia A., 1401 Everett Rd., Lake Forest, III. 
Hill, Wolter A., 1, 713 Pine, North Little Rock, Ark., 158 
Hilliard, Borboro S., 3, 855 Bradley, Lake Forest, III. 
Hines, John R., 1, 2366 S. Tennyson, Denver, Colo., 161,162 
Hinko, Marsha L., 2, 10448 Calumet, Chicago, III., 42 
Hinmon, Corolon, 3, 1052 Chestnut, Son Francisco, Calif. 
Hirsch-Pels, Susano, 3, Salta 2840 Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argent. 
Hirst, Richard N., 3, 9525 Ozark, Morton Grove, III. 
Hobbs, Christopher, 1, Cloybrook Rd., Dover, Moss. 
Hodges, Joseph G., 4, 150 Vine, Denver, Colorodo, 34,49,52,54.156,238 
Hodgson, David J., 4, 1834 Stuort, Polotine, III, 215 
Hoffman, Barry H., 1, 81 Woodridge, Stamford, Conn. 
Hoffman, John C, 3, 2156 N. Sherman, Milwaukee, Wise, 49 
Hoffmeister, Georgia, 2, 12711 Post Oak Rd., St. Louis, Mo.. 42 
Hogrefe, Gory L., 3, 1550 Forest, Highland Pork, III. 
Holodoy, Olivio, 1, 6843 W. Hobart, Chicago, III., 33 
Holder, Ronald D., 4, 1741 Ookwood, Northbrook, III. 
Holland, Dennis L., 3, 1507 N. McKinley, Lake Forest, III. 




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Holland, Peter W., 1, 21 1 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass, 17,156 

Holleb, Leon, 2, 736 Irving Park, Chicago, III,, 150,152 

Holmon, Randy, 2, 7042 Vernon, Chicago, III., 64,67 

Holmberg, William C, 2, 1469 Lexington, Muskegon, Mich. 

Holmes, Harry L., I, 2957 Eaton Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

Holmes, Terry J., 2, Bon Air Circle, Jackson, Tenn., 42 

Holsteen, Jon P., 1, Bow Lane, Barrington Hills, III. 

Holzberg, Carol, 3, Box 351, Middletown, Conn. 45 

Hopkin, Nancy, 3, 924 Rydal Rd., Jenkintown, Pa. 

Hopkins, Brien B., I, American Embassy, Beirut, Lebanon 

Hopkins, Ronald H., 2, 2115 Magnolia, Bartow, Fla., 146,147,158,159,160 

Hoppe, Diane S., 733 Chicago, Downers Grove, III. 

Horner, Lynn, 3, 1 1 1 I Norwood Rd., Cornwells Hts, Pa. 

Horner, Michael B., 1, 9904 Old Spring Rd., Kensington, Md., 150,156 

Horovitz, Paul S., 3, 16 Shuman Cir., Newton, Mass., 91 

Horwitz, Jeffrey, 2, 270 Euclid, Winnetka, 111. 

Houghtoling, Jules F., 2, 1787 Clifton, Highland Pork, III. 

Hoy, Marilyn, 3, 9 Shorthill Rd., Ardsley, N. Y. 

Hubenthol, James, 3, 259 Newport, Roselle, III. 

Hudson, Charles L., 1, 2964 Falmouth, Shaker Hts., Ohio 

Hulbert, Sarah L., 4, 222 Reichelt, New Milford, N. J., 55,92,238 

Hunter, Durbin L., 2, Peck Hill Rd., Woodbridge, Conn., 19,33 

Hunter, Maxine M., 1 139 N. Green Bay, Lake Forest, HI. 

Hurd, Janet E., 2, 734 Greenview, Lake Forest, HI. 

Hutchins, Dorothy D., 3, 114 Arlington Dr., Libertyville, III. 

Hutchison, Carol, 2, 2238 Lincoln Pk. W., Chicago, III. 

HutuI, Mory C, 720 Prospect, Lake Bluff, III. 

Hyland, W. Claiborne, 3, 738 S. Hanley Rd., St. Louis, Mo., 53,75,146 

Hyman, Roger, 3, 634 Elmgate, Glenview, III. 

Hyndman, Ellen, 1515 Chapel Ct., Northbrook, III. 

Idol, Anna, 3, 630 Maple, Wilmette, III. 

Iliff, Charles H., 3, Cloybrook Rd., Dover, Mass., 70 

Irwin, Gerald A., 2, 1747 Elmwood Dr., Highlond Park, III. 

Jacobs, Stephen, 3, 470 Ocean Point, Cedarhurst, N. Y., 63 

James, Frederick L. 1035 Willow Rd., Winnetko, III. 

James, Hal W., 3, 268 Wilton, Westport, Conn. 

Jonick, Richord N. 3, 4754 N. Virginia, Chicago, III., 158,204 

Jonkouskas, Kenneth, 4, 1129 0akdale, Chicago, III., 161 

Janover, Andrew G., 3, 1 1 75 Park Ave., New York 28, N. Y., 55,64,71 

Janus, Edward B., 2, 10018 Frederick, Kensington, Md., 146 

Jords, Condoce L., 4, 64 E., Lodgden. Arcadia, Calif. 

Jauch, Richard M., 3, 233 Sunset, Libertyville, III. 

Jelinek, Catherine E., 3, 3215 Central St., Evanston, III., 43,53,223 

Jennings, James H,, 1, 1026 Whittier Rd., Grosse Pte., Mich. 

Jensen, Cheryl J., 3, 324 Meadowbrook, Northbrook, III., 43 

John, Sara J., 3, 783 Puritan, Birmingham, Mich., 45,92,93 

Johnson, Barrie L., 4, 602 E. Crestwood, Arlington Hts., III., 54,148,160,200 

Johnson, Craig P., 1, 221 Oakwood Rd., Hopkins, Minn., 150,156 

Johnson, Elizabeth A., I, 9 Sheridan Dr., Short Hills, N. J. 

Johnson, James H., 1, 8126 N. Ozonam, Niles, HI. 

Johnson, Joseph M., 3, 7 Chevy Chose, Wheeling, III. 

Johnson, Marlene M., 2, 10701 S. Whipple, Chicago, III. 

Johnson, Norman P., 2, Rt. 1, Box 185, Mulino, Oreg., 76 

Johnson, Peter, 3, Qtrs M-2 8»h Navl. Dis., New Orleans, La., 49 

Johnson, Philip C, 4, 46 Kenton, Rumford, R. I., 48,52,232 

Johnson, Rodney B., 3, 420 McKinley, Libertyville, III. 

Johnson, Sandra, 4, 112 Forest Ct., Mundelein, III. 

Johnston, Judith A., 4, 4673 N. Lake, Milwaukee, Wis., 71,218 

Jones, Brennon, 1, Pea Pond Rd., Kotonah, N. Y., 156 

Jones, Gordon W., 2, 42 West Rd., New Canaan, Conn., 49 

Jones, Randolph D., 2, 527 15th Ave., Menio Park, Calif., 50 

Judd, Nancy C, 1, 2915 South 26th, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Juppe, Therese, 1713 Melrose, Woukegan, III. 

Kolbfus, Louise B., 4, 5817 N. Kenmore, Chicago, HI. 

Kolish, Michael S., 3, 2350 Meadow Dr. S., Wilmette, III. 

Kolter, Alan L., 1, 1854 Kipling Dr., Dayton, Ohio 

Kotz, Suson, 1, 910 N. Overlook Dr., Alexandria, Va. 

Kaufmonn, Franz H., 1, 2157 Inverness Ln., Huntington Valley, Po. 

Kouvor, Kenneth, 1, 70 South Ash, Denver, Colo. 

Kavenik, Frances, 3, Rt. 1, Box 82, Mundelein, III. 

Kay, Richard K., 1, 5131 Conrad, Skokie, III. 

Keck, Georgia E., 1 17 N. Dewey, Palatine, III. 

Kelleher, Linda M., 2, 2007 Beechwood, Wilmette, III. 

Keller, Bruce T., 2, 28 Kimberly PL, New Canaan, Conn., 48,146,156 

Keller, Ellen J., 1, 985 Eost End, Woodmere, N. Y. 

Kelley, Gordon F., 2, 4108 Borrett Dr., Newburgh, N. Y. 

Kellogg, Richard A., 3, 225 W. Park, Libertyville, III., 158 

Kelly, Donald J., 3, 75 Ellenton, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Kelly, Robert, 2, Kellogg Hill Rd., Weston, Conn. 

Kendall, Thos. C, 3, 309 B Ridge Rd., Wilmette, III. 

Kennedy, Thomas J., 3, 818 N. Calhoun, Mexico, Mo., 47 

Kenniston, Francis, 3, 565 Sherry La., Deerfield, III. 

Kenword, Cynthia C, 1, 4800 Chicago Beach, Chicago, III., 23 

Kerr, Douglas M., 2, 5021 S. W. Humphrey, Portland, Oreg., 67 

Kerr, James H., 3, 106 Magnolia, Wayne, N. J„ 33,46 

Kessler, Peter, 4, 2408 Oak St., Michigan City, Ind. 

Keyes, Susan K., 2, 16 Manor Rd., Old Greenwich Conn., 43,55,151 

Kidero, Kristina A., 2, 21 Northgote Rd., Riverside, 111., 33 

Kiefer, Jane, 2, 4401 Rudy Ln., Louisville, Ky. 

Kiick, Cheryl E., 1, 8445 Main St., Downers Grove, III. 

Kindermon, Abraham, 4, 348 Cherry Bend, Merlon, Pa. 

King, David F., 3, R. R. 2, Box 608, Buchonan, Mich. 

King, Harriet E., 4, 10 Cardinal Dr., Rochester, N. Y., 201 

Kirby, Betsy J., 2, 712 W. Illino'is, Urbana, III., 148 

Kirk, John C, 2, 200 Warwick Rd., Kenilworfh, III. 



Kirmon, Roger P., 1, 583 Rutland Ave., Teoneck, N. J. 

Kistin, Margery, I, 36 Vineyord Rd., Newton Centre, Mat*. 

Kloncnik, John, 3, 880 Illinois Rd., Loke Forest, III. 

Klein, Kenneth W., 2, 131 Bennett, Teoneck, N. J., 33,151 

Klein, Kenneth, 2, 435 Witley Rd., Wynnewood, Po., 55 

Klem, Paul R., V. A. H. t3l-3A, Downey, III. 

Kline, Joan L., 4, 601 Thomos, Forest Pork, III., 235 

Klingemon, Williom E., 2, 5 Wolsh Lone, Cincinnati, Ohio, 51 

Klopp, Judith A., I, 2008 North 53rd, Omaha, Nebr., 17 

Knoche, Elizabeth, ), Chapelgate, Rondollstown, Md. 

Knowles, Robt M., 4, 630 Blockthorn, Winnetko, III., 29,88,230 

Knowlton, Evo M., 1, 656 Ardsley, Winnetka, III. 

Kohnstomm, Edward, 3, 205 E. 63rd, New York, N. Y., 201 

Kokinis, Carol A., 1801 N. Newcastle, Chicogo, III., 43 

Kolmon, Mary A., 2, 726 8th St., Woukegon, III. 

Kolowski, Richard, 3, 715 Morris, Oglesby, III., 48,91,146,165 

Korkin, Gerald J., 2, 22 Revere Pkwy., Pittsfield, Moss., 29,46 

Kovach, Gasper, 1, 8100 S. W. 96th St., Miomi, Flo. 

Kraft, Richard T., 3, 5417 W. Hirsch, Chicogo, III., 51 

Krontz, Suzanne W., 17 College Campus, Loke Forest, III. 

Krol, Carol M., 500 Ryon PI., Loke Forest, 111. 

Krichbaum, John, 4, 10806 S. Longwood, Chicago, HI. 

Krueger, Marianne E., 4, 1015 9th, Wausou, Wis., 43,231 

Kucharik, Ronald W., 3, 1 153 S. Grove, Oak Pork, III., 51 

Kueter, Patrick F., 69 E. Alden Ln., Lake Forest, III, 

Kulieke, Lynne B., 3365 Old MMI, Highlond Park. III. 

Loinson, Wrexie A., 1, 1600 N. Elm Ave., Hostings, Nebr. 

Lomb, Linda R., 1, 8120 Kingston, Chicago, III. 

Lambert, Sharon, 2, 39 Sweden, Berlin, N. H. 

Lamoreoux, Paul C, 603 Elm St., Winnetka, III. 

Long, Thomas A., 1, 3631 Blonchon, Brookfield, III. 

Longer, Elizobeth, 1, 55 Beverly Rd., Great Neck, N. Y. 

Longer, Peter, 3, 153 Atteridge, Loke Forest, III. 

Lansburg, H. James, 2, 4509 Dexter St. NW, Washington, D. C, 18,51 

Lonners, Madeline G., 1, 190 N. Washington, Lake Forest, III. 

Lash, James C, 1, 64 Lockwood, Old Greenwich, Conn., 150 

Lattimore, Nancy E., 4, 70 Meadow Drive, East Auroro, N. Y., 203 

Leodingham, Horry P., 1218 E. Henry Cloy, Milwaukee, Wis., 146,165,165 

Leafblod, Clara, 4, Rt. 1, Box 384 B, Round Lake, III. 

Lear, Solly I., 2, 522 S. State, Belvidere, III. 

Leor, Sherry A., 2, 522 S. State, Belvidere, III. 

Leavitt, Suson L., 4, 2700 W. Forwell, Chicago, III., 207 

Lebby, Andrew M., I, 3616 Rownsdole, Shoker Hts., III., 74 

Lee, Richard, 2, 47 Torleton Rd., Newton Center, Moss. 

Lee, Philip Q., 1, 12 Blind Brook Rd., Westport, Conn., 150 

Leeb, Richard A., 1, 1797 Elmwood, Highland Pork, III. 

Leffingwell, Laurens, 3, Sand Lake Rood, Wadsworth, III. 

Lehman, Anne S., 789 Vernon, Glencoe, III. 

Leith, Laurence M., 3, 3214 Greenbrior, Glenview, III., 22,29 

Leith, William H., 4, 39 Hemlock, N. Torrytown, N. Y., 156,220 

Lennorson, Ann L., 2, 462 Glendenning, Woukegan, III,, 42 

Lennox, Janet W., 255 Linden Pk. PI., Highland Pork, III. 

Lenters, Arnold H., 2, 2125 Wilmof Rd., Deerfield, III. 

Leonard, Becky J., 4, 7140 Kingsbury, University City, Mo., 133 

Leslie, Katharine, 2, 105 7th Ave., Garden City, N. Y. 

Levine, Leatrice, 2, 5310 Loconio, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Levitt, Wendy E., 1,7 Stonehill La., Momoroneck, N. Y., 20 

Lewis, William C, 2, Laurie Ln., South Salem, N. Y. 

Lichty, Woynette M., 124 West View, Paramus, N. J. 

Light, Patricia, 3, 76 Dublin Pike, Doylestown, Penn,, 45 

Limberg, Barry W., 1936 Westgote, Highland Pork, III. 

Lindsley, Robert C, 3, Newtown & St. David Rd., Newtown Square, Po., 48 

Lineberry, Barbara J., 1, 6801 Dokoto Trail, Edino, Minn. 

Liu, Marc T., 1, 108 Valley Rd., Cos Cob, Conn., 150 

Lloyd, John D., 3. 431 Brior, Libertyville, III. 

Lo, Charles K., 2, 20 Est St. Francisco, Macao, 75,150 

Looby, Patricio C, 3, 562 Cherokee, Highlond Pork, III. 

Lord, Charles V., 4, 205 Longwood, Baltimore, Md., 146,222 

Lord, Linda C, 4, 5904 Cromwell, Washington, D. C, 217 

Lounsbury, Robert H., 2, 63 E. 93rd, New York, N. Y., 23 

Loverde, Alice, 2, 3648 N. Springfield, Chicogo, III. 

Lovering, Neil L., 4, 209 Earnshow, Kettering, Ohio, 55,240 

Lowe, Susan R., 2, Box 154, Dundee, III. 

Lowen, Charles S., 1, 2630 Eost Cedar, Denver, Colo., 16 

Loyd, Morgoret, I, 714 Hunter Rd., Glenview 

Lozar, Barbaro, 2, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, III. 

Lueders, Penelope, 3, 70 E. Cedar St., Chicago 11, 111., 89,90 

Lukens, Jane D., 3, 952 Vrooman Ave., Schnectody 9, N. Y. 

Lullman, Stephen, 4, 401, Booth, Englewood, N. J,, 235 

Lumeyer, Marlene R-, 2, 850 West Grove, Akron, Ohio 

Lundstedt. Christine, 3, 311 Sunset Ave., Wildwood, III. 

Lundy, Roger J., 1, 539 Edgewood, River Forest, III. 

Luton, William F., 2, Roncho San Juan, Los Alamos, Calif., 33,161 

Lyons, Deborah A., 1, 4850 N. Woodruff, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lyons, Judith A., 4, 701 Williamson Rd., Bryn Mowr, Pa. 

Moccollum, Kristi, A., 1, 44 Boyview, South Norwalk. Conn. 

MocDonald, Judy G., 2717 Iroquios Rd., Wilmette, III. 

MacGregor, Gordon A., 2, R. D. 1, Riegelsville, Bucks County, Po., 47 

Mackie, Michael B., 3, 3 Morion Ln., Scotch Plains, N. J., 46,91 

MacPhoil, W. A. B., 3, 738 Rosemary, Loke Forest, 111., 154,155 

Modion, Glorio J., 3, 930 Pleosont, Highland Pork, III. 

Mader, Sherry T., 2, Old Baltimore Rd., OIney, Md. 

Mognuson, Paul B., 3, Box 36. St. Marys Rd., Libertyville, III. 

Moiman, Richord J., 2, 323 Harrison, Elkins Pork, Pa„ 29,46,52 

Molmgren, Thomas W., 2, 200 Orchord. Barrington, HI., 158 



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Malpede, John D., 531 Meadow Dr., Wilmette, III. 

Mongelsdorf, Ann M., I, 78 Knollwood, Short Hills, N. J. 

Mann, John N., 2, 2436 Newbury, Cleveland Hts., Ohio, 150,153 

Morcotte, Albert J., 2, Box 227, Prairie View, III. 

Marcus, Lawrence J., 1, 46 Deep Dole Dr., Greot Neck, N. Y. 

Marcus, Ronald A., 4, 1360 Dickerson, Teaneck, N. J., 217 

Margulus, Michael, 4, 6821 Pershing, University City, Mo., 207 

Marks, Victoria L., 2, Campfire Rd., Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Marquardt, Dorothy, 3, 2578 Oakwood Ln., Deerfield, III., 121 

Martinelli, Martin P., 2, 524 Pine, Bristol, Conn., 158 

Morto, Diana E., 3, 428 Warren, Brookline, Mass. 

Marvich, Robert H., 2, 1101 S. Oak Pork, Oak Park, 111. 

Mosselink, Mary B., 1, 150 Midland, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Mossey, Robert M., 2, 624 Windermere, Interlaken, N. J. 

Mattick, Sara E., 9148 Bollard Rd., Des Plaines, 111. 

Matz, Susan E., 2, 60 Robin Rd., Weston, Moss. 

Maurer, Herbert F., 3, 14 Overlook Dr., New Canaan, Conn., 49 

Maxwell, Charles P., I, 7135 N. Bornett, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Maxwell, Nancy B., 714 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, III. 

Mayo, Constance, 3, 8029 Rhodes Ave., Chicago, III. 

McColl, Mary J., 2, 503 E. Main, Pawhusko, Okla., 33 

McCann, Samuel A., 3, 8706 Reading Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 

McCarthy, Jill A., 2, Rt. 2, Box 1108, Woyzota, Minn. 

McClintock, Patricia, 3, 31 Pine Grove Dr., Pittsfield, Mass. 

McClure, Scott H, 4, 2230 Dewes, Glenview, III., 212 

McComb, William P., 1, 360 E. Linden, Lake Forest, III. 

McConnell, William, 1,10 Niles Ln., Winchester, Mass. 

McCormick, James H., 1, 2039 McAree Rd., Woukegon, III. 

McDonald, Thomas P., 2, 290 E. Deerpath, Lake Forest, III. 

McDowell, Herbert, 4, 1602 Palm Dr., Mt. Prospect, III., 34,49,53,54,146,235 

McHenry, John, 4, 1875 Asbury, Evanston, III., 47 

McKee, Bonnie, 4, 25 Brentmoor, Clayton, Mo., 91,209 

McKee, Michael B., 1, 6843 S. Park, Chicago,lll. 

McKernan, Bryan T., 2, 1111 Ash Lawn Dr., Lake Forest, III. 

McKillen, Margery, 3, QTRS 65 A„ Great Lakes, 111., 43 

McKissock, Margaret, 1, 425 Sabine, Wynnewood, Pa. 

McKittrick, Ellen C, 4216 Howard, Western Springs, 111. 

McLaughlin, Thomas P., 3, 313 E. 5l5t., New York, N. Y., 19 

McLeod, Mary M., 3, Rt. 2, Box C5, Mundelein, 111. 

McMullen, Edgar, A., 2, 4803 Rosemont, Columbus, Ga., 114,158 

McRae, Michael J., 1, Quarters 52, Ft. Belvoir, Vo. 

Meadows, Bryan G., 4, 36 Highland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y., 47,241 

Melomed, Audrey V,, 1502 Sheridan, Highland Pork, 111. 

Meltzer, Gail A., 1, 131 Edgeview, Rochester, N. Y. 

Menna, Robert W,, 1, 6820 N. Loron, Chicago, III. 

Mentchikoff, Alexond, 1, 4920 S. Kimbark, Chicago, III. 

Mercer, Guy B., 1, 519 Ash, Winnetka, III. 

Meredith, Nina C, 1, 865 Columbus, New York, N. Y. 

Messimer, Nathaniel, 4, Rd. 1, Dalton, Pa, 241 

Meyer, Mary L. 2, 1311 Chormwood, Kirkwood, Mo., 42 

Meyer, Steven M,, 1, 1433 Alexander Ct., Woukegon, 111. 

Miller, Donald F., 4, 91 Waterman, East Bridgewoter, Mass., 46 

Miller, Gary W., 2, 139 Sheridan PL, Lake Bluff, III. 

Miller, Robert B., 2, 52. Morgan, Middletown, Conn., 161 

Michel, Charles M., 31 1 W. Park, Libertyville, 111. 

Mills, Kenneth E., 1, Salt Pond Rd., Falmouth, Mass. 

Minehort, Richard D., 3, 203 N. Garfield, Mundelien, III. 

Minehart, Robert G., 2, 203 N. Garfield, Mundelein, III. 

Mitchell, Frank J., 2, Forest St., Sherborn, Mass. 

Mitchell, Raymond A., 3, 522 8th St., Wilmette, III. 

Model, Michoel H., 3, 2 Wingate PL, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Moebius, James P., 1, 5525 N. Hollywood, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Moffett, John C, I, 950 Porkwood Dr., Cleveland, Ohio 

Mohr, Joseph N., 1, RR 5, Dugan Rd., Shelbyville, Ind., 146 

Moneys, Maria, 3, 714 North Ave., Woukegon, III. 

Montgomery, Winston, 1, 39 Merriman Rd., Stamford, Conn. 

Moore, Charles M., 2, 301 Humboldt, Denver, Colo. 

Morelond, Jonathan P., 3, 10 Frost St., Cambridge Mass., 25,29 

Morgan, David A., 4, 2 Lerome PL, Teaneck, N. J. 

Morgan, Roland L., 668 Lincoln, Woukegon, HI. 

Moriuchi, Yasuhiro, 1, 2452 Shinohara-Cho, Yokohamo-Shi, Japan, 19,151 

Morrill, Linda L., 1266 Green Boy, Highland Park, 111. 

Morris, Cynthia J., 1, 2879 Concord Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

Morris, Cynthia S., 1, 5532 Oaklawn, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Morris, Karen L., 333 Douglas, Woukegon, 111. 

Morrison, Ralph F., 3, 1 15 E. Thomas, Arlington Hts, III., 16,75 

Mors, Christopher A., 3, 22 Jefferson, Wellesley, Mass. 

Morten, Stanley W., 3, 5124 Coyle, Skokie, 111. 

Moss, Alfred A., 4, 1208 W. 63rd, Chicago, III., 202 

Motylewski, Cynthia, 3, 8211 Esconobo, Chicago, III., 227 

Moyer, David L., 4, 759 Green Bay Rd., Lake Forest, III. 

Mukerji, Chandra, 2, 9 Crawford, Tuckohoe, N. Y. 

Mullowney, Keith L., 1, 610 N. Washington, Moorestown, N. J. 

Mulvihill, Patricio, 1, 8483 Trillium Dr., Chagrin Foils, Ohio 

Munyofu, Paul M., 1, P. O. Busolwe Bunyole, Eastern Region, Uganda 

Murowski, Daniel J., 2, 55 Page, Bristol, Conn., 150,158,159 

Murdah, Audrey C, 2335 Catherine, Philadelphia, Pa., 43 

Murek, Barbara A., 2, 2001 Sunset Ridge, Glenview, III. 

Murphy, James R., 4, 230 Lawrence, N. Syracuse, N. Y., 48,225 

Murray, Jane E., 3, 222 S. Cayuga Rd., Williamsville 21, N. Y. 

Neolyon, James, 3, 153 Robsort, Kenilworth, 111, 45 

Necker, Pomelo D., 1, 932 Woodland, Wheeling, III., 136,213 

Neirick, Neal, 3, 2537 B. W. Howard, Chicago, 111. 

Nelson, Andrew R., 3, 1325 S. Outagamie, Appleton, Wise, 19 

Nelson, Jeffrey B., 2, Morrisonville, N. Y. 



Nenninger, Timothy K., 3, 3149 Ferguson, Cincinnoti, Ohio, 33,46,146 

Neugorten, Doil, 3, 5421 S. Cornell, Chicogo, III., 45 

Neumann, Christino, Patterson Lodge, Loke Foreit, III. 

Neumeister, Jo Ann, 4, 3249 Lowndole, Skokie, III., 16,202 

Newsom, Virginio P., 317 S. Candota, Mount Prospect, III. 

Newton, Bruce C, 4, 568 Montgomery, Hoverford, Pa., 226 

Nichols, Robert W., 2, 1021 Woodside, Silver Spring, Md. 

Nicolous, Charles, 4500 S. Lowler, Cudohy, Wis. 

Nickelsen, Sigrid E., 1, 40 Greenwood, West Newton, Mass., 74 

Nisenson, Eric, 1, 9 Ann Ln., Rye, N. Y. 

Nolan, Eileen, 2, 1181 E 10th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Nolan, Richard L., 4, 97 Westmorelond, Mundelein, 111. 

Norcross, Pliny, 3, 954 Westfield, West SpringHeld, Mosj., 26,55,88,161,163 

Nordlund, Royol W., 2, 52 Oak, Groysloke, III. 

Norum, Karen M., 4, 1820 Hillsboro, Minneapolis, Minn, 228 

Obenout, Roxane, 3, 605 Riverside Dr., Libertyville, III. 

Occhuizzo, Christoph, 1, Mollory Hill, Rd. Rt. I, Georgeto-«n, Conn. 

Odoy, Down J., Rt. 4, Box 290, Loke Villa, III. 

Oderr, Susan S., 3, 3123 Coliseum St., New Orleons, Lo., 35,43 

Odishow, Veronica, 2, 1433 Pensocolo, Chicogo, III. 

Odonnell, Wendy C, 2, 620 N. Christiona, Chicogo, III., 62 

Oelkers, Kenneth B., 1, 8615 Millmon PL, Philadelphia, Po. 

Ollinger, Lillian, 1, 11 Hampshire, Poromus, N. J. 

Oppenheimer, Horry, 4, 218 Laurel, Highland Pork, III. 

Oppenheimer, James, 4, 218 Lourel, Highland Pork, III., 26,136,211 

Olsen, Margaret L., 1, 1320 S. Knight, Pork Ridge, III., 43 

Olson, Jill C, 1, 524 Scott, Wousou, Wis. 

Olson, Lynn D., 1, 2752 Ponderosa, Decatur, Ga, 

Olson, Nancy T., 1, 404 North Marion, Oak Pork, III. 

Ordohl, Richord J., 3, 410 N. Fifth Ave., Maywood, III. 

Orzen, William, 3, 346 Von Siclen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Owen, John C, 1, 626 Atlantic, Woukegon, III. 

Oyerinde, Daniel O., 1, Erunmu P. A., Ibodon, Nigerio 

Paine, Dorothy S., 2, 4911 Shodywood, Dollos, Tex., 42,92 

Palmer, Hollis A., 2, 4936 Tilden St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 

Pondolfi, Anita, 4, 1611 W. 183rd, Homewood, III., 45,240 

Pardue, Constance R., 4, Rt. 3, Box 389, Lake Villa, III. 

Parets, Jon, 2, 771 West End, New York, N. Y. 

Pork, George M., 2, 421 Burton, Highland Park, III. 

Parker, George G., 3, Lake Street, Sherborn, Mass., 151 

Parker, Stanley M., 1, Route 263, Solebury, Po. 

Parkinson, Walter H., 3, 6606 Kennedy, Chevy Chose, Md. 

Parmelee, James W., 2, 3410 Mocklond NE, Albuquerque, N. M., 161 

Patera, Lydia E., 1, 665 Prospect, Winnetko, III. 

Patrick, Mary L., 1, 1608 Rock, Little Rock, Ark. 

Patterson, Susan C, 2, Avo!on Dr., Rocky River, Ohio 

Paull, Archibald W., 1, Kenwood PI., Wheeling, W. Vo. 

Paulson, Peter A., 2, 970 Jeonnette, Des Plaines, III. 

Payne, Kotherine A., 1, 718 S. Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena, Calif. 

Peorce, Glendon E., 3, 1591 Bruckner, New York, N. Y. 

Pearson, Donald P., 2, 1 Whitman, Williomstown, Mass. 

Pearson, Jane A., 3, 1730 Hopp Rd., Northbrook, III. 

Peckham, Thomas C, 3, 325 Linden, Winnetka, III., 70,233 

Peery, James M., 1, 726 S. Beverly, Loke Forest, 111. 

Peery, William C, 3, 726 S. Beverly, Lake Forest, 111., 146 

Peic, William, 2, 3430 Colwogner, Franklin Pork, III. 

Pelouch, Milan S., 4, RR 5, Box 123, Woukegon, III. 

Penny, Austin E., 2, 2123 Amelia, New Orleans, Lo, 158,159,160 

Penrose, David N., 2, R. D. 3, Princeton, N. J. 

Perlmon, Stephen M., I, 47 Huntington Rd., Newton, Mass. 

Perlmutter, Armin M., 1, 362 Elmwood Ave., Maplewood, N. J. 

Perry, Irving C, 3, 134 Greenwood, Jenkintown, Penn., 49,45,150,233 

Pese, Joycelyn P., 3, 217 Hancock, Lake Bluff, III. 

Peshak, Goyle R., 2, 993 Bradley, Lake Forest, III. 

Petersen, Karen A., 2, 7223 N. Hamilton, Chicago, 111. 

Petri, Mark S., 1, 64 Wellesley, Weston, Mass. 

Peyton, Potty J., 2, 2380 Jasmine, Denver, Colo., 42 

Pfeiffer, Timothy C, 3, 1309 Highland, Mt. Pleosant, Mich. 

Pick, Patricio, 3, 3543 Foirmon, Lokewood, Calif. 

Pickett, Mary Anne, 4, 407 E. Main, Crowfordsville, Ind., 34,236 

Picot, Christopher T., 2, 1 18 White Oaks, Alexandria, Vo. 

Picot, Elizabeth S., 1, 118 White Oaks, Alexandria, Vo. 

Piepenbrok, Gerald, 3, 219 Scronton, Lake Bluff, III. 

Pilotti, Christopher, 2, 1925 Huntington, Trumbull, Conn. 

Pinelo, Adalberto J., 3, 1211 Dewey, Evonstown, HI. 

Piuze, Michael J., 3, 4 Ashm.ore, Worcester, Mass., 48 

Plott, Barbara, 1, 1803 North 5th, Kalamazoo, Mich, 81 

Poillon, John W., 1, 219 Augur St., Leavenworth, Kons. 

Polites, Paulo N., 4, 5915 W. Superior, Chicago, III., 87,216 

Pope, John R., 3, 920 N. Berry, Glendole, Mo., 21,29,46,89,90 

Posniak, John R., 1, 5404 39th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Potts, Constance J., 1, 931 Orchord, Rocky River, Ohio 

Pouch, Kenneth A., 3, Benedict Rd., Stoten Island, N. Y., 47,150.153 

Pressman, Alice, 2, 170 W. OIney Ave., Philadelphia 20, Pa. 

Preston, John L., 2, 54 Pleasant, Medfield, Mass., 67 

Price, Julio G., 4, 2254 Lowry, Auroro, III., 220 

Price, Richard H., 2, 73 Oxbow, Weston, Moss. 

Priestley, Soroh C, 4, 6 Whitney, Closter, N. J. 

Probst, John R., 1, 30 Northwoods Rd., Radnor, Pa., 156 

Prosser, Prudence, 3, 443 W. Deerpath, Lake Forest, III. 

Purvis, Poulo S., 2, 4710 W. 28th, Denver, Colo. 

Pushkin, Susan, 2, 1719 Hinmon, Evanston, III, 45,92,147,148,160 

Quick, Donna L., 1, 16 Alrowood Dr., Norwolk, Conn. 

Rodemacher, Gail, 2, 2129 Sheridan, Highland Park, III. 

Rofferty, Lyn, 826 Laurel, Highland Pork, HI. 



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Rahn, Scott W., 4, Box 369 Rt. 3, Woyzoto, Minn., 224 

Roht, Sarah B., 4, 514 Brasled Place, Waukesha, Wis. 

Rand, Richard N,, I, 13 Elton St., Providence R. I. 

Rapp, Philip C, 173 Des Plaines, Liberlyville, III. 

Rataiczak, Thomas, 1, Rd. 4, Bellaire, Ohio 

Ray, Neill K., 2, 226 W. County Line, Barrington, III. 

Ray, Peter, 2, Waodwives River Rd,, Darien, Conn. 

Raymond, Andrew P., 4, 17 Berkeley Rd., Wellesley, Mass., 209 

Rayner, Ellen P., 3, 823 Boston Post Rd., Weston, Mass. 

Redding, Alexander M., 1, 10500 Falls Rd., Rockville, Md. 

Redman, Donald R., 4, 605 Pulaski, Lincoln, III. 

Reedy, Barbara A., 1, 1 1616 Duront, Cleveland, Ohio 

Reese, Carol J., 2, 410 Jericho, Mineala, N. Y., 33 

Reich, George A., 3, 1277 Ruffner, Schenectady, N. Y., 46,52 

Reid, Doil A., 2, 1203 Durbray Ct., Kirkwood, Mo. 

Reinier, Susan L., 1, 2328 Gabriel, Zion, III. 

Reisler, Rozanne, 2, 1120 Ridgewood, Highland, Pork, III., 76 

Reitman, Jan B., 4, Route 10 Box 434, Texorkona, Tex., 19,200 

Rembor, Lonce, 2,190 Inwood, Scorsdole, N.Y., 48,52 

Remfry, Frederick W., 116 Battershall, Wildwood, III. 

Rench, Merrill S., 4, 1266 Topping, St. Louis, Mo., 239 

Retz, Kothleer, 3, 27 Weathersfield, Wy., E. Roselle, III., 33,216 

Rhea, Dianne E., 4, 4337 Washington, Downers Grove, III. 

Rhodes, Anthony, 2, Tropelo Rd., South Lincoln, Mass., I 10 

Rice, Richard A., 2, 223 Snowden La., Princeton, N. J., 49 

Richards, Thomas J., 3, 3634 S. Austin, Cicero, III, 51,52 

Richardson, Alexander, 2, 2335 Ardleigh Dr., Cleveland Hts., Ohio 

Rickel, Susan, 3, 2546 N. Admiral, Forrestal Vil, III. 

Roane, Richard S., 1, 8111 N. Prospect, Niles, III. 

Robbin, Susan H., 2, 8601 Lakewood, Gory, Ind. 

Robbins, Deborah A., 1, 3505 Wht. Settlement, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Robbins, Jonathan C, 3, 28 Colonel Hunt Dr., Abington, Mass., 47 

Robeck, Victoria S., 2, 1 1 Sunset Hill Rd., New Canaan, Conn., 45 

Roberts, Elizabeth, 1, 2 Circle Rd. Staten Island, N. Y. 

Roberts, Kimberley A., 1, 715 S. Chubb Dr., Doylestown, Pa. 

Roberts, Richard A., 431 Indianapolis, Downers Grove, III., 50 

Robertson, Geneve, 4, 2505 Prospect, Evanston, III. 

Robinson, Christine, 1, 117 Marlbrook Rd., Severna Pork, Md. 

Robinson, Edward D., 1, 2025 Perry St., Denver, Colo. 

Robinson, Nancy, 3, 120 W. Riverglen, Worthington, Ohio 

Robson, Christopher, 1, 19 Southdown, Alexandria, Va. 

Roche, Agnes B., 1115 Valley Rd., Lake Forest, III. 

Roche, Kathleen E., 3, 236 Monument, Barrington, III., 45 

Rockwood, Mary P., 1, 329 N. Cascade, Fergus Falls, Minn. 

Rodewold, Anntoinett, 2, 1238 Oakland, Sheboygan, Wise, 42 

Rodman, Paul, 2, 5809 N. Winthrop, Chicago, III., 47,147,148 " 

Roehrs, Kenneth H., 4, 828 Forestview, Park Ridge, III., 210 

Rugaliner, Lee R., 1, 1952 Linden, Highland Pork, III. 

Rogers, Morjorie P., 2, 563 Ash St., Winnetka, III. 

Rogers, Pomelo J., 2, 2522 29th, Rock Island. 111., 29,43 

Rogers, Sarah A., 2, R.F.D. #2, Lincoln, Moss. 

Roggenkamp, Margo, 3, 2 Hillcrest Dr., Davenport, Iowa 

Rollefson, K. Thomas, 4, 9344 Lowndale, Evanston, III. 

Rood, Dovid J., 2, 547 Golf Ln., Lake Forest, III. 

Rootberg, Leslie A., 1, 1215 Belleforte, Oak Park, III. 

Rosen, Norma L., 101 W. 55 St., New York, N. Y. 

Rosen, Richard A., 2, 360 Dedham, Newton Centre, Moss. 

Ross, Helen, 2, 5526 Belmor St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ross, Sarah A., 1, East Kingston, N. H. 

Rothrock, Jane S., 2, 114 E. Ashlond, Doylestown, Pa., 44,88 

Rothschild, Lynn D., 4, 1213 Glencoe, Highland Park, III. 

Rowell, John B,, 1, 934 Waukegon, Deerfield, III. 

Rubin, Edward M., 1, 40 Holden Rd., West Newton, Moss. 

Rubel, Jill, 3, 420 Pork Ave., Highland Park, 111. 

Rubinstein, Barbara, 1, 163 Turn of River, Stamford, Conn. 

Roger, Solly, 3, 8906 N. Pelham Pkwy., Milwoukee, Wise, 45 

Rung, Lillian, 1, Mannerheimintie 140, Helsinki, Finland 

Rupp, Antonio H., 2, 630 Pontioc, Denver, Colo., 29,42 

Rusten, Shioron O., 2, Trinity Divinity Sch., Deerfield, III. 

Rutherford, Jean, 2, R. R. 2, Gridley, III. 

Rydmon, Carol A., 1, 5413 Kellogg, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Sadler, Patricia O., 1, 3700 Jackson, Sioux City, Iowa 

Salvage, Howard J., 2, 83 Wexford St., Springfield, Mass., 63 

Sammis, Peter H., 3, 91 Lake, Greenwich, Conn., 48 

Sonford, Anne, 4, Woodside Rood, Fayetteville, N. Y., 233 

Songermon, William, 3, 1615 Linden, Highland Pork, 111. 

Sorontos, Joan F., 2, 100 S. Menard, Chicogo, 111. 

Sorche, Novo J., 1, 2516 W. Cullom, Chicago, III. 

Sorgent, M. Virginia, 3, 4700 N. Woodburn, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Sargent, Sandra, 3, 212 S. Elm St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Sounders, Roger L., 1, 23 Club Dr., Roslyn Hts., L. 1., N. Y. 

Sautier, Suson S., 3, 327 Huntington La., Elmhurst, III., 43 

Savage, Mary L., 1, 410 Third Ave., Ottawa, III. 

Savignoc, Noel F., 4, 5098 Three Mile Dr., Detroit 24, Mich., 50,221 

Sawyer, John M., 4, Converse Rood, Marion, Mass., 26,68,69,22^ 

Sawyer, William H., 4, 390 Contention Ln., Berwyn, Po., 230 

Soxton, Mary R., 2725 Apple Tree, Northbrook, III. 

Scollon, John, 4, 225 Ridge, Winnetka, III. 

Schoffner, Pom, 1, 5604 Howord Ave., LoGronge, III. 

Schops, Richard S., 3, 1650 Berkley Ct., Deerfield, III. 

Scheetz, Nancy S., 3, 331 Stewart, Waukegon, III. 

Scheetz, Stephen W., 4, 331 Stewart. Waukegon, III., 91,213 

Scheigold, Karen, 2, 36-10 Linwdod Rd., Foirlown, N. J. 

Schermerhorn, Susan, 1, 5445 N. Dentwood, Dallas, Tex. 

SchiefFelin, Lindsay, 1, Laurel Hollow, Syosset, N. Y., 34 



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Schleifer, Roberto D., 2, 182 River Rd., Barrington, III. 

Schmidt, Donno J., 3, 1280 Holf Doy, Deerfield, III., 12,43 

Schmidt, W. Robert, 4, 2615 Newton, Minneopolis, Minn., 205 

Schmitz, Robert A., 3, 7325 A. N. Damen, Chicago, III. 

Schoene, Gory R., 1, IS Costin Rd., Eggertsville, N. Y. 

Schonthal, Joseph, 3, 833 Rice, Highlond Pork, III. 

Schreuder, Normond L., 2, R. D. I, Middlebury, Vl., 129,151,161 

Schuessler, Cheryl A., 3, 105 Country Club, Belleville. III., 223 

Schultz, Morgoret, 4, 988 Kenleigh, Winston Solem, N. C. 228 

Schurecht, Dayonne, 1, Rt. 2 Box 226C, Borrington, III., 19,43 

Schuyler, Stephen V., 3, Blueberry In., Dorien, Conn., 49 

Scott, Bonnie, 2, Cluett Dr., Williamstown, Mass., 44 

Scott, Lynne M., 2, 2916 E. 77th, Chicogo, III., 22,44 

Scott, Morcy A., 1036 Miami Rd., Wilmetfe, III. 

Scott, Robin D., 1, 625 Belmont, Montreol, Quebec, Con. 

Secord, Ellen J., 1, 197 Main, Wenham, Moss. 

Seeliger, Helgo, 4, Ignatz-Holler 67/11, Salzbrg.Lehen/Au5«ria 

Seidel, George A., 1, 180 Moyer, Reoding, Po. 

Segoll, Tommy, 2, 670 De Tomble, Highland Park, III. 

Seligmon, Corol, 1, 5 Drummond, Westfield, N. J. 

Serdie, Linda A., 2, 30 Old Form House, Millington, N. J., 20,42,86,151,160, 

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Sermon, Michael D., 2, Puriton Rd., Rye, N. Y. 
Seymour, David P., 2, 41 Sunderland, Tenofly, N, J., 43,48 
Seymour, Janet M., 2, Baldwin Rd., Woodbridge, Conn. 
Shapiro, Jeffrey, 3, 5507 N. St. Louis, Chicago, III. 
Shay. Donald E., 1, 468 Dutton Rd., Sudbury, Moss. 
Sheets, Elizabeth C, 2, 1780 Worwick, Son Marino, Colif, 35,45 
Sheponek, Patricio, 2, 3240 Loke Shore, Chicago, 111., 45 
Shepord, William, 1, 2928 Twin Oaks Dr., Highlond Pork, III. 
Sherer, Peter R., 1, American Embassy, Warsaw, Polond 
Sherman, Adam J., 1, 9 Vernon St., Plymouth, Moss. 
Shirk, Michael B, 2, 6751 Oglesby, Chicogo, III., 146 
Shmikler, Robert G., 2, 655 Kincaid, Highland Pork, 111., 161 
Sholkin, Nancy L., 2, 12 Evelyn Rd., Newton, Moss. 
Sieman, Rito J., 3, 1300 Woukegon, Lake Forest, III., 43 
Silberberg, Roslyn, 1, 245 Schley PI., Teaneck, N. J. 
Silver, Bernard, 1, 2158 Tyson St., Philodelphia, Po. 
Simo-nis, George, 3, 416 E. Orchard, Mundelein, III. 
Sinclair, Jonney C, 2, 206 Ketchom, Amityville, N. Y. 
Sizer, Scott. 2, 22 Country Way. North Haven, Conn. 
Skoe, Edward A., 1, 17 Preston PL, Grosse Pte Forms, Mich. 
Sklenor, Leslie J., 4, 1116 S. Austin, Ook Pork, III., 55,231 
Sloan, Chorlene E., 1, 18019 Fairville, Cleveland, Ohio 
Smeod, Nancy J., 1, 765 Bonnie Brae, Denver, Colo. 
Smirnov, Michael, 1, 33 S. Lewis, Waukegon, 111. 
Smith, Creighton B., 1, 500-27th St. Dr. S. E.. Cedar Ropids, Iowa 
Smith, Harsen A., 3, 2410 St. Clair River, Algonoc, Mich. 
Smith, John C, 1, 740 Hancock, Abington, Moss. 
Smith, Sarah B., 2, 142 Cove Lone, Son Antonio, Tex. 
Smyth, Craig F., 2, 514 King Ave., Marion, Ohio 

Snedeker, Williom D., 1, Goose Hill Rd., Cold Sprg Harbor, N. Y., 95,146 
Snyder, Karen L., 1, 54 W. Sierra Modre, Arcodio, Calif. 
Soler, Enrique E., 2. 27 Calle Oriente III, Son Salvodor, C. A. 
Solovy, Dolores K., 2895 Arlington, Highland Pork, III. 
Sonderby, Stephen O., 2, 1524 W. 104th St., Chicago, III. 
Soudier, Ruth T., 1406 Geier, Rd., Gurnee, 111. 
Soult, Cheryl L., 3, 37 Frontenoc, St. Louis. Mo., 45,147,148,212 
Sowash, Carolyn R., 1, 8508 Meodowlork, Bethesda, Md., 34 
Spencer, H. Nelson, 2, 3 Picordy Ln., St. Louis, Mo., 48,88 
Speir, Lawrence E., 3, Midwood Terr., Madison, N. J. 
Spry, Virginia J., 1, 21 Sunset, Bloomington, III. 
Stacy, Irene T., 4, 1826 Mountain, Wouwotosa, Wis., 209 
Stafford, Walter, 3, 24 Tudor PI., Buffalo, N. Y., 47 
Stondford, Donald, 3, 14139 S. Western, Blue Islond, III. 
Stongle. Maureen J., 3, 315 Kenmore, Elmhurst, 111. 
Stork, Lynn, 3, 4800 Cornell Rd., Cincinnoti 41, Ohio, 90 
Stearns, Susan K-, 4, 2721 Lincolnwood, Evanston, 111, 240 
Steen, William L., 3, 5032 Upton St. N. W. Washington, D. C. 158 
Steiner, Lillian E., 1 , 27 Dogwood Lo., Larchmont, N. Y. 
Steinhauer, William. 1, 1560 75th St. Downers Grove, III. 
Stelnik, Mark, 1, 1342 Pennington, Teaneck. N. J. 
Stern, Alon M., 2, 6741 Bennett, Chicago, III. 
Stettner, Barbara, 3, 1300 Lorkin Ave., Elgin, III., 35,92 
Stevens, Michael D., 1, 34 Averill PL, Bronford, Conn. 
Stevenson, Janet, 2, 1402 N. Jackson, Woukegon, III., 42 
Stickney, Mary D., 1298 N. Green Bay. Lake Forest, III. 
Stitzinger, Laurence, 3, 8871 Montgomery, Philadelphia Pa.. 24,46 
Stix, Louise A., 1, 2920 Commonwealth, Chicago, III. 
Stoffer, Fred V., 1. 13900 N. W. Milburn, Portland, Oreg. 
Stohner, Karen L., 888 Mercer Dr., Hoddonfleld, N. J., 42 
Stoltze, Betty J., 4, 336 Dolle Lone, Crystal Lake, III., 81,206 
Stone, David N., 2, 811 Brice Rd., Rockville, Md. 
Strper, Antonio M., 1, 2508 Jennings Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 
Stout, Samuel D., 1, Gun Mill Rd. Bloomfield, Conn,, 16.150 
Stowe, John P., 3, 506 Westgote Rd.. Deerfield, III. 
Strosser, Donald, 1, 1085 Pork Ave.. New York, N. Y. 
Stresenreuter. Fred, 4, 112 Brinker Rd., Barrington, III., 207 
Stretch, William A., 1, 140 Uplond Way. Hoddonfleld, N. J. 
Stronberg, Joel B., I, 8327 Hamlin, Skokie, III., 96,97 
Sturgis, Alonson H., 3, Oxbow Rd., Lincoln, Moss. 
Suorez, Fernondo J., 1, 421 Glenview, Des Moines, Iowa. 17 
Suydom, Walter L., 3, 35 Bellport, Bellport, N. Y., 48,156 
Svejdo, Arthur J., 4, 1 134 S. Grove. Ook Pork, III. 
Swonson, Joseph B., 3, 3300 N. Lake Shore, Chicago, III. 
Swonson. Margie L., 1741 Walnut Circle, Northbrook. III. 



Swift, Nathan B., 3, 1925 Old Willow Rd., Northfield, III. 
Swope, Dorothea, 3, 134 Hawkes Ave., Ossining, N. Y. 
Sykes, Virginia F., 2, 240 Higmon Pk., Benton Harbor, Mich. 
Sylvester, Steven C, 4, 1401 N. Jackson, Waukegan, III., 21 1 
Toppon, Patricia A., 2, 404 Docy, Woodstock, III. 
Taylor, Elizabeth, 3, 197 Salem End Rd., Framingham Ctr., Mass. 
Taylor, Patricia A., 1, 606 E. Pork, Corbondole, III. 
Tejado, Paul, 3, 20 Cynthia Ln., Northport, N. Y., 51,161 
Tennebaum, Mark A., 2, 3085 Lincoln, Cleveland Hts., Ohio 
Tenney, Stuort, 4, R. R. 1 Pt. Sweall, Stuart, Fla., 48.88,215 



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Terhune, Irene E., 640 North 32 St., East St. Louis, III 

Terrell, Neil W., 1, 453 Sougotuck, Pork Forest, III. 

Thies, William H., 4, 1334 Pine Hurst, Glenview, III. 

Thoeming, George, 3, 1331 Prairie, Chicago Hts., 111. 

Thomas, Anthony, 2, 2130 Lincoln Pk. W., Chicago, III., 

Thomas, Betty A., 1, 838 Lexington, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Thomas, Cheryl C, 3, 713 E. Center, Lake Bluff, III. 

Thomas, Virginio S., 1, Residence Park, Palmerton, Pa. 

Thomason, James A., 2, 47 Valley View, Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Thompson, Mary, 1, P. O. Box 679, Daingerfleld, Tex., 16 

Thompson, Nancy E., 2, 285 Old Form, Pittsburgh, Pa., 151 

Thompson, Oneida R., 3040-C Wyoming, Great Lakes, III. 

Thompson, Peter C, 1, 21 Alden Rd., Wayland, Mass. 

Thompson, Sarah J., 4, 1311 Little John, Elgin, III., 45,226 

Thornley, Geoffrey G., 2, 5520 W. Montrose, Chicago, III., 161 

Thorsen, Charles, 1, So. Michigan, Highwood, III. 

Thurlow, Daphne, 9 Maynard PI., Cambridge, Moss. 

Tipton, Dole E., 4, 7731 N. Paulino, Chicago, 111. 

Tittle, Cynthia B., 1, 1604 Thompson, Woodstock, III. 

Toll, Jeffrey G., 2, 1337 Fargo, Chicago, III. 

Tompkins, James R., 2, 9904 S. E. Evergreen, Vancouver, Wash. 

Tomkins, John M., 1, 8337 Hazeltine, Panorama City, Calif. 

Tonnesen, Lynn F., 1, 60 Eaton Rd., Wotchung, N. J. 

Topping, Thalia A., 3, 3130 Wilmette, Wilmette, III., 45 

Tormoen, Susan, 3, 333 Scronton, Lake Bluff, 111. 

Troeger, Julie K., 1, 41 Hamilton, Elgin, III. 

Trebelhorn, Barbara, 2, 2615 Woods Blvd., Lincoln, Nebr., 16,44,92 

Triest, Shelby A., 2, R. D. 1, Doylestown, Pa., 35,42,151 

Trion, Chad G., 3. 7382 N. Winchester, Chicago, III. 

Trost, Susan E., 320 Ahwahnee Ln., Lake Forest, 111. 

Turner, Constance J., 1, 96 Sunnyside Dr., Battle Creek, Mich., 17 

Turner, I. Jean, 2, 608 Earlston, Rd., Kenilworth, III., 92 

Turner, Kenneth R., 4, 78 Adams St., N. Abington, Mass. 

Turner, Winston M., 3, 269 Rodgers, West Springfield, Mass., 50,52 

Tursma, Marie R., 34A Center, Lake Bluff, III. 

Tuttle, John P., 2, Sheridan Ave., Vineland, N. J., 51 

Tyler, Andrea, 3, 28 Doytona Rd., Lynn, Mass. 

Underwood, John F., 3, 37 Mohawk, Short Hills, N. J. 

Underwood, John F., 1, 82 North Main, Oakfield, N. Y., 17,19 

Uribe, Jaime F., 2, Aportodo Aereo 219, Call, Columbio 

Vaiko, William J., 1, 14203 Tuckahoe, Cleveland, Ohio, 128,146,147 

Vondenburgh, Lael, 2, 31 Elizabeth Ln., Barrington, III. 

Vondeusen, Paul, 4, 325 BIythe Rd., Pasadena, Calif. 

Van Dyke, Garret C, 2, 14 Coppergate, Basking Ridge, N. J., 51 

Von Horn, Holly S., 1, R. R, 3, Plainfleld, III. 

Vanriper, Christina, 4, 103 East 75th, New York, N. Y., 54,201 

Von Scoy, Janet L., 2, 7346 Bradburn, Westminster, Colo. 

Vonsickle, Martha, 3, 2001 Cumberland, Rockford, III., 203 

Vanzwoll. Judith C, 3, 808 Roslyn Terr., Evanston, III. 

Vaughn, Lawrence R., 4, 358 Flynn Creek Dr., Barrington, 111., 47 

Vovoulis, Anastacio, 1, 703 Linwood, St. Paul, Minn. 

Verdi, Robert W., 2, 35 Orchard Form, Port Washington N. Y., 87 

Vest, Paul J., 1, 1012 Costellono, Marion, III. 

Villoarce, Jose, 1, 1560 Berkeley Rd., Highland Pork, III. 

Vloisavljevich, Milo, 2, 2706 E. 93rd, Chicago, III. 

Vodvarka, Janet, 1, 17915 Gladville, Homewood, III. 

Voigt, Vicki L., 2, 8205 W. 23rd, Denver, Colo. 

Vollen, Michael R., 1, 6157 N. Sheridan, Chicago, III. 

Voobus, Ruth, 4, 1607 S. Tenth, Maywood, 111. 

Vonesh, Sandra, 2, 225 Laurel, Wilmette, III. 

Vreeland, Valerie J., 4, 378 Leonard. New Milford, N. J., 241 

Wadsworth, David D., 1, Multontown Rd.. Syosset, L. I., N. Y., 156 



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Wagner, Daniel W., 2, 5 Summit Terr., Lake Zurich, III. 

Waisbrot, Edith M., 2, 9653 Palmer, Melrose Pk., III., 23,33,42,89,160 

Wadeier, Toni, 2, 115 Ridge Rd., Ardsiey, N. Y., 45,92 

Walden, Lynne T,, 3, 40 Thompson PL, Pittsfleld, Mass., 226 

Walker, Holly V., 1, 1335 Greenwillow, Glenview, 111. 

Wolker, John H. 3. 209 Ookwood, Orange, N. J., 164,165 

Walker, Thomas, 2, Von Beuren Rd., R. D. 2, Morristown, N. J. 

Wallen, Jacqueline, 3, Survey Unit, APO 254, New York, N. Y. 

Wollis, Mary Jo, 3, 420 N. Edgewood, LoGrange Park, III. 

Wally, Elizabeth, 2, 2053 N. 18th Ave., Melrose Park, III. 

Warner, John F., 2, 1512 S. Madison, Roswell, N. Mex., 158 

Warren, Marcia, 270 Pleasant, Birmingham, Mich., 45 

Waser, Anita J., 4, 19 Willow Rd., Churchville, Penn., 221 

Wasneski, Robert A., 2, 1201 Adams, North Chicago, III. 

Wassmer, Jocquelyn, 4, 251 S. Greenwood, Palatine, III., 234 

Wostcoot, Nancy, 3, 26 Brinker, Barrington, III., 45 

Watkins, Roswell, P., 1, 14 Franklin, Morristown, N. J., 156 

Watson, Richard, 4, 600 Ravine, Lake Bluff, III. 

Watt, James G., 4, 787 Oakwood, Lake Forest, III. 

Weger, Steven J., 2, 414 Berwick, Waukegan, 111. 

Weismon, Bonita S., 3, 221 E. Walton, Chicago, III. 

Weiss, Richard W., 2, 143 Jason, Arlington, Mass., 50,52 

Wellman, S. Thomas, 4, 7129 Wilson Mills, Gate Mills, Ohio, 218,62 

Wesley, Paula A., 4, 548 Asbury, New Milford, N. J., 16 

Wessmon, Calvin K., 4, 1934 Elmwood, Wilmette, III. 

Wesson, David L., 2, 7440 N. Rockwell, Chicago, III. 

West, Victoria S., 1, 17 Eastman, Foxboro, Moss. 

Whitaker, Anita I., 2, 14 W. Franklin, Medio, Pa., 44,148 

Whitaker, Mary W., 2, 47 Oriole, Providence, R. I., 20,44,92 

White, Curtis, 4, Box 85 Route 1, Burlington, Wis. 

White, Deborah, H., 4, 237 Morrison Dr , Pittsburgh 28, Pa 

White, Eugene, 1, 1339 Main St., Hartford, Conn. 

White, Thomas G., 1, 2641 N. E. 27th, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Whittaker, Lee B., 2, P. O. Box 142, York Harbor, Me. 

Whittlesey, Ruth B., 3, 636 Block Rock Rd., Bryn Mowr, Penn., 

Wiesen, Diane B., 1, 4120 Rose Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Wilber, David E., 1 , 1 82 Center, Rumford, R. I. 

Wild, Jacqueline F., 1, 5160 Eostover Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

Wildman, Charles L., 2, 31 Williamsburg, Evanston, III. 

Wilhelm, J, Michael, 2, 480 Seneca Pk., Rochester, N. Y., 25,33,46,29 

Williams, Charles E., 3, 49 G. Brookside, New Haven, Conn., 69,71 

Williams, Henry D,, 2, 623 S. lowo, Addison, III. 

Williams, Meredith, 3, 18020 Perth Ave,, Homewood, III. 

Williams, Pamela L., 2, 5703 Blockstone, Chicago, III. 

Wilson, Caroline, 1, 2371 Scottwood, Toledo, Ohio 

Wilson, Geroldine A,, 3, 1054 Miami, Wilmette, III. 

Wilson, Paul S., 4, 1 C. Clintwood Dr., Rochester, N. Y., 66,67,71,227 

Winkelmon, Eric, 2, 18684 Birchcrest, Detroit, Mich. 

Wiper, Gretchen, 1 , Rt. 3 Box 307, Wayzata, Minn. 

Witmer, Henry H., 2, 42 Woodlond, Bronxville, N. Y., 150 

Wodin, Barbara G., 2, 41 Marcellus Dr , Newton Centre, Mass., 63 

Woerner, Janice C, 2, 1349 Annabella. Hovertown, Pa. 

Wolfe, Craig S., 1, 3463 Kingsgote, Toledo, Ohio 

Wolff, Henry E., 1, 5077 North Bay Rd., Miami Beach, Flo. 

Wong, Emily K., Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, III. 

Wong, Issoc S., Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, III. 

Wood, Alan P., 1, 124 Hazel La., Piedmont, Calif. 

Wood, Peter, 4, 6330 Formar Ln., Flourtown, Pa., 16,48,146,214 

Worth, Shirley A., 1, 12583 Longview, Detroit, Mich. 

Wright, Michoel J., 1, 352 N. Deere Park Dr., Highland Park, III. 

Wright, Rexford E., 3, R.D. 2 Powell Rd., Holland Patent, N. Y., 75 

Wroth, Peregrine, 4, Box 327, Thompson, Conn., 49,92 

Wyott, John B., 1, 427 Glenwyth, Wayne, Pa., 146 

Wyeth, Nancy F., 3, 5517 Center, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Wyngorden, Ruth A., 4, 208 Country Club, Chicago Hts,, III, 

Young, Gregory, 2, 51 Thayer, Weymouth, Moss. 

Young, Linda G., 2, 967 Vernon, Glencoe, III., 35 

Zeman, Florence S,, 4, Box C-9-C Rt. 2, Mundelein, III. 

Zimmerer, Rupert O,, 2, 22 Deerfield Rd„ Short Hills, N. J., 51 

Zoller, Philip A., 1, Cove Neck Rd., Oyster Boy, N. Y., 156 

Zoltoni, lldiko J,, 2, 1723 Croin, Evanston, III. 



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